Humans are the greatest culprit for spreading Phytophthora Dieback, WA's biggest killer of biodiversity. Many people are unaware they could be carrying this soil-borne pathogen into dieback free places. New signage will help people protect these areas.

WA's Project Dieback Team with the State Dieback Consultative Committee, Dieback Working Group and Department of Environment & Conservation have developed a unified dieback signage system.

Dieback Protection Areas - One Signage System for All

For the first time in WA an integrated signage system has been endorsed for all lands.

The aim is to raise dieback awareness and to assist in protecting special areas still free from the disease.

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