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Terry, Kerry and Joel Pitkin
23 Jan 2012
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Thick stands of cypress pine and bimble box were encroaching on the Pitkins 3800ha property at Hermidale, reducing the diversity of their native vegetation and their production capacity.

The family are working with the Central West CMA to manage grazing pressure, restore native pastures, treat invasive native scrub and control erosion. This has created a more balanced landscape, improved the viability of the property and local natural resources.

Environment Rural/Regional Hermidale INS Pitkin
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