Draft Hills and Fleurieu Regional Pest Plant and Animal Strategy

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We want to know your thoughts on the draft Hills and Fleurieu Regional Pest Plant and Animal Strategy.

What's being decided?

Following the development of the draft Regional Pest Plant and Animal Strategy, the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board is now seeking community feedback to ensure the draft strategy is clearly articulated, easy to understand and well-defined.

Background

The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board in partnership with local councils and other agencies responsible for land management has developed the draft Regional Pest Plant and Animal Strategy.

The strategy intends to provide clarity to our community and partners on our agreed approach for prioritising pest plant and animal management within our region.

The strategy outlines a common understanding of the responsibilities, principles, and objectives to provide a foundation for collaboration and action for the protection of our agricultural, environmental and social assets.

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What are the next steps?

Feedback received will help us finalise the strategy and ensure that it is a useful tool to prioritise pest plant and animal management in the Hills and Fleurieu region.

We want to know your thoughts on the draft Hills and Fleurieu Regional Pest Plant and Animal Strategy.

What's being decided?

Following the development of the draft Regional Pest Plant and Animal Strategy, the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board is now seeking community feedback to ensure the draft strategy is clearly articulated, easy to understand and well-defined.

Background

The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board in partnership with local councils and other agencies responsible for land management has developed the draft Regional Pest Plant and Animal Strategy.

The strategy intends to provide clarity to our community and partners on our agreed approach for prioritising pest plant and animal management within our region.

The strategy outlines a common understanding of the responsibilities, principles, and objectives to provide a foundation for collaboration and action for the protection of our agricultural, environmental and social assets.

Get involved

Find out more:

Have your say by:

What are the next steps?

Feedback received will help us finalise the strategy and ensure that it is a useful tool to prioritise pest plant and animal management in the Hills and Fleurieu region.