More than half of all the land in Australia is black forest.
It is a form of forest which covers an area of about 50,000 square kilometres.
The black forest is the most important form of Australian forest, because it provides a rich, rich ecosystem for many species of birds and plants.
Black forest ham is a very rare and valuable species, found only in Tasmania and the Northern Territory.
The black forest’s importance is not limited to the numbers of birds it protects.
It also provides valuable food for animals, such as deer and rabbits, which can be harvested for food and medicine.
The NSW government has a plan to restore this forest to its natural state.
The Department of Environment and Heritage has a wildlife management plan for the Black Forest.
The plan is being implemented in the state, and will involve a range of projects including the restoration of some old roads, removing trees and building new roads.
The first phase of the plan will see the destruction of around 80,000 hectares of the old roads and bushland that were built around the region in the 1950s.
The state government says it will have restored 80 per cent of the forest by the year 2020.
The remaining 10 per cent will be protected.
A report released in January this year by the NSW Environment Protection Authority found that the NSW Government’s plans to restore the Black Land Reserve will cost an estimated $2.2 billion.
In a statement, Environment Minister David Thodey said the state had already restored about 60 per cent and is looking at restoring another 10 per part of the area by 2020.
“We know that restoring the black forest will reduce the impacts of climate change and help protect the environment,” Mr Thodeys said.
“The government is working closely with the National Parks Service to ensure that the Black Hills National Park is protected for future generations.”
A government website describes the Black Range as “a region of the Northern NSW forest, a very rich, complex, diverse and diverse ecosystem, with many species that depend on it”.
Black forest ham also is one of the most significant wildlife species in Tasmania.
Black forests provide habitat for many wildlife, including turtles, ground sloths, frogs, birds, bats, snakes, reptiles, and mammals.
They also act as nesting areas for birds, and help to control the spread of invasive species such as the cane toad, cane beetle and Asian carp.
When they are found in the black, they have no markings, meaning they are unknown to humans, which is why they are a mystery to conservation groups.
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