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We want you to tell us your feedback on the new and revised Declared Plant Policies.
What is being decided?
Biosecurity SA, a division of Primary Industries and Region SA (PIRSA), in partnership with the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR) and the eight Natural Resources Management (NRM) boards, is seeking feedback on four revised declared plant policies for existing declared plants and five draft policies for new plants proposed for declaration under the Natural Resources Management Act 2004. We want you to provide input into the revision of the Declared Plant Policies and the addition of new declared plants.
How can your input influence the decision?
Your input will assist in the review of the declared plant review. There are nine policies that you can provide feedback on:
Existing declared plants:
- Branched broomrape (PDF, 88KB)
- Black willow, crack willows, goat willows and hybrid willows (PDF, 92KB)
- Other tree and shrub willows (PDF, 91KB)
- Feral olives (PDF, 105KB)
New declared plants:
- Coastal teatree
- Dune onionweed
- Giant reed
- Parrot feather
The community's input will help shape the legal requirements for the management of four plants that are currently declared and five plants that are being proposed for declaration.
Comments and submissions close on Friday 3 June.
Other useful resources
There are a number of other useful resources that you can download to help you with the review:
- Summary of changes proposed to the declaration (PDF, 60KB)
- Proposed variations to the declaration at a glance (PDF, 57KB)
- Guiding Principles for the Review of Plant Declarations (PDF, 375KB)
- Frequently Asked Questions (PDF, 83KB)
How will your input be used?
Pending approval from the eight NRM boards and the Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, the Declared Plant Policies will be finalised and adopted in early 2017.
Want to know more?
Contact us and continue the conversation:
Past key dates
Fri, 17 Jun 2016 at 5:00 PM