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There are 75,000 hectares of native vegetation on private land on the Victorian Volcanic Plains (VVP). Much of it is important for land protection, water quality, salinity control and its environmental significance. The management of native vegetation depends on the already substantial efforts of private landholders who are supported by a range of incentive and extension schemes. However additional tools are now available to support these current approaches in order to Increase the level of landholder participation in active native vegetation management and target priority native vegetation in a cost-effective manner.
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