Utilising Native Grasses
Efforts we make to conserve our natural environment is a testimony to our belief that each organism within the broader community of native flora and fauna is a vital contributor to the whole.
This conviction may lead us to employ native grasses in a number of different ways;
As a self-sustained conservation reserve where its self-perpetuation and vigour is to demonstrate the value of all contributing organisms that maintain a functional link to the ancient biological history of the landscape.
As a composite native pasture that is largely sustained by its synergy with the soil.
As a species-specific sward where singular or multiple characteristics of that grass are employed for a specific purpose.