Bushfires can have a devastating effect on native ecosystems, including fauna and flora. Fires can also affect revegetation projects, stimulate weed growth and destroy wildlife habitat. However, most Australian ecosystems have some sort of adaptation to fire and can recover.

Stringybark Ecological can monitor the recovery of vegetation after a fire and determine if any active management such as weed control needs to be carried out. Fires sometimes provide an opportunity for changing fence lines, controlling weeds or throwing out some seed to increase species diversity. We can help you plan, implement and monitor post-fire management activities.