White Leeds Arid Wetlands
White Leeds was established in 2006 with a vision to ensure the conservation of this beautiful natural environment. Conservation zones have already been established that protect some of the regions most significant mulga, purple wood and Sturt Desert Pea colonies. Vigilant planning and infrastructure developments have diverted treated effluent water and storm- water through an artificial wetland system creating a rich ecosystem to ensure a permanent refuge for wetland fauna. It aims to:
• Create a legacy for future generations
• Restore and maintain natural water ways and
expand the wetland environment
• Maintain and conserve ecosystems
• Protect the regions natural environment
• Provide a safe habitat for endangered species
• Enhance partnerships with key stakeholders
• Actively pursue and develop relationships with
education, conservation and research institutions
• Develop educational and training opportunities to
share the unique Arid Zone Wetland experience
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Metadata last updated on 2018-08-14 04:00:48.0