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<p>The handful of acacias that were planted are still hanging in there but not thriving. One Blackwood (it was not planted but rather freed by willow removal) is now over 5m and the vegetative regrowth from this tree is producing some healthy suckers.</p>
<p>Weeds and pasture grasses are continuing to maintain bank stability. </p>
<p>This site has recently had the elms and willows and blackberry removed and exotic pasture grasses and weeds have sprung up in their place. The weeds appear to be minimising erosion and are protecting the soil. The weeds also appear to be facilitating the growth of the recently planted Blackwoods and Silver wattle. Most of the saplings have sprung up in size and were proabably protected from the heat and drought over summer by the height and density of the weeds.</p>
<p>There is a lot of instream aquatic plant coverage. It is thriving in the sunlight and there appears to be an abundance of yabbies. </p>