- Their commonality with plants of other landmasses, or uniqueness to our own continent, tell us much about our ancient origins and past episodes in Australia’s geological history.
- Their contribution to a naturally-sustained landscape invites a closer study of their involvement in grass/soil synergies.
- Their many propagation and survival strategies, that so often frustrate our efforts at domestication, are also a clue to how we might better engage with and manage them.
As an interested viewer you may like to;
- Learn more about the Native Grass Resources Group.
- Get familiar with Australian native and introduced grasses with the aid of Google Image Search.
- Consider the application of Australian native grasses in sustainable land management.
- Be challenged with the task of propagating native grasses that still persist in the wild.
- View and comment on observations and ideas in Crazy Jack’s innovation corner.