Z-NET Uralla News
Let’s Talk Firewood
Z-NET Uralla’s new project on firewood is now officially underway! One of the first steps will be to work with Uralla Shire Landholders to look at how biodiversity assessments are done on-property. This includes doing free soil carbon testing to assess the impact of course woody debris on soil organic matter.
What is involved? If you would like to better understand biodiversity on your land and how dead wood contributes to it, Z-NET Uralla will organise for a professional assessment to be done. This will take about 3 hours with an on-site visit and sampling for soil carbon testing. This part of the project is to build knowledge for ALL landholders, not just those who provide firewood. If you would like to be involved, or would like more information please contact projects(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)zneturalla.org.au or phone Sandra Eady on 0428 199 044 to discuss.
|Z-NET and BackTrack team looking on as Bob Crouch (R) from Z-NET Uralla points out a good fallen tree to select for firewood to minimise biodiversity impacts, at the launch of “Elephant in the Woodland – Impact of Firewood” (NSW Environmental Trust Project).|