- The Climate-Ready Reveg Guide can be viewed here and a PDF can be downloaded here
- Tree Project – Preparing and Planting your Revegetation Site
- Planting Local Provenance – Information Sheet for Our Area (link to come)
- Indigenous Plants of North Central Victoria: A revegetation guide (link to come)
- Revegetation in farm landscapes– brochure produced by Jim Radford, Andrew Bennett, Rohan Clarke, Alastair Stewart and Greg Holland
- Restoring-Landscape-Resilience– brochure by Jim Radford, Jann Williams and Geoff Park relates to north central Victoria
- How much habitat is enough?– brochure by Jim Radford, Andrew Bennett and Lindy MacRaild
- Landscape-design-tips – by Jim Radford provides info on restoration for rural landscapes
- Biodiversity in the Paddock – a land managers guide, published by the CSIRO. Download the document here.
- Effective Landscape Restoration for Native Biodiversity in Northern Victoria – discussion paper by Jim Radford, Jann Williams and Geoff Park
- Natural Regeneration – Principles and Practice – article by Stephen Platt
VicVeg Website – This website provides information about Victoria’s native vegetation, its management, restoration and revegetation. VicVeg Online is a “work in progress” that is subject to future funding and resources. From here you can find out about:
- the different types of native vegetation (‘bush’) in your area (Plantscapes section);
- the native plants of your region (Plant Species section);
- ways of growing native plants and managing vegetation (Tools and Techniques section).
Florabank website – Florabank is assisting thousands of people every month who want to collect seed, propagate, grow or use Australian native species. Florabank is an initiative of the Australian Government, Greening Australia and CSIRO. Greening Australia has been funding Florabank since mid 2008. Species Navigator is a unique tool which brings together biophysical and ecological information about species – information which is not easily found – into an interactive key. Around 20 of the top 25 Florabank webpages accessed per month are Species Navigator Fact Sheets, and well over 6000 Fact Sheets are accessed every month.
Castlemaine Field Naturalists Club – have produced a number of info sheets on local vegetation, inc acacias, grasses, eucalypts. They are available on-line or at the Castlemaine Tourist Information Centre.
The Tree Project – TreeProject is a non-profit (Charitable), non-government, volunteer-based organization leading the way in sustainable re-vegetation throughout Victoria by providing low cost indigenous seedlings to landholders.