Pilbara Corridors is a coordinated approach to address biodiversity threats on a landscape scale in the Pilbara.
It works at a landscape scale and across management boundaries by bringing together people and organisations with environmental expertise representing government, environment, community, mining, pastoralists and Indigenous groups to deliver effective land management.
Projects that fall under Pilbara Corridors umbrella are:
- Fortescue River Corridor (Pilbara Corridors Project)
Greening Australia is working with pastoral and Indigenous land managers to restore the diverse tussock grasslands of the Pilbara this wet season. The work, which is part of the Pilbara Corridors Project, aims to restore degraded tussock grassland in...December 5, 2016
The recent Pilbara Mesquite Management Committee (PMMC) field trip and AGM provided the opportunity to see on ground achievements to contain and treat Weeds of National Significance (WoNS) over three stations in the Pilbara. Held over two days from...October 25, 2016
A Fire Planning and Review Workshop for Pilbara’s Millstream National Park took place to assess the success of prescribed burning and review ongoing management actions. Held from 22-24 June and supported by the Pilbara Corridors Project, the workshop saw...September 25, 2016
Prescribed burning has taken place in Millstream Chichester National Park following consultation with Traditional land owners, local pastoralists and miners to reduce bush fire risks across lease boundaries. The Department of Parks and Wildlife worked in collaboration with the...July 18, 2016
The next phase of the Pilbara Corridors’ Conservation Action Planning (CAP) process is now underway and will identify priorities and establish working groups to implement management actions. The CAP process aims to develop and maintain a collaborative, long-term conservation...June 16, 2016
Bonney Downs and Corunna Downs pastoral stations in the Pilbara have carried out water bore and erosion control works to maintain access to reliable sources of water to support grazing practices and to restore landscapes. Pilbara Corridors Program Manager...April 24, 2016
Active management of feral herbivores in the Fortescue catchment is reducing threats to populations of threatened flora and fauna species, degradation to vegetation cover and hydrological assets such as ephemeral wetlands. A landscape-scale feral herbivore management strategy between land managers...March 24, 2016
The Ngurrawaana Rangers are undertaking fee-for-service contracts in the coming months to further tackle Weeds of National Significance in the Fortescue River region. The work to control Parkinsonia aims to continue to reduce threats to biodiversity and is a...February 25, 2016
Stakeholders gathered at Mardie Station in the Pilbara at the end of January to plan targeted activities to manage the thorny weeds Parkinsonia and Mesquite in the Fortescue Catchment. Representatives attended from Mardie Station, CiticPacific Mining, Yaburara and Coastal...February 22, 2016
This is the draft Conservation Action Plan produced by Greening Australia on behalf of Pilbara Corridors Project, and placed onto the web with the intention of seeking comment and input from stakeholders prior to finalising in January 2016. If...December 17, 2015
A biological survey of claypans in the Fortescue catchment is unveiling information about rare aquatic invertebrates, found nowhere else in the world. The survey, funded by Pilbara Corridors through the Australian Government, is addressing gaps in ecosystem knowledge which...December 15, 2015
The team from Ausplots recently completed the first survey of Pilbara Rangelands Ausplots during a two week trip through the Fortescue River Catchment. The work to add to the Rangelands Ausplots Network at a National scale was supported by...October 23, 2015