Draft Biodiversity Strategy

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Livingstone Shire Council is preparing a Biodiversity Strategy to guide planning and project development for the conservation of natural assets and green corridors, a key theme within the Community Plan: Towards 2050. The Livingstone Shire Council Corporate Plan contains objectives to recognise, preserve and enhance the region’s unique biodiversity.

Livingstone has a unique natural environment from mountains and plains, rivers, creeks to our beaches, marine and island landscapes. The natural environment is regarded as a key value for the Livingstone community. In order to protect these values, Council recognises the need to protect and manage our environment so that a positive legacy is left for future generations.

The Biodiversity Strategy will identify our natural assets and provide information on how to protect, sustainably manage and enhance natural assets of our Shire. The objective of the Biodiversity Strategy is to identify the unique natural heritage, plants, and animals, as well as the important biological processes that underpin our lifestyle and preserve and enhance the region’s biodiversity into the future.

Livingstone Shire Council is calling stakeholder and community members for their feedback on the DRAFT Biodiversity Strategy to inform any changes ahead of the six year strategy being adopted by Council.

Download and view the DRAFT Biodiversity Strategy here. We have developed two surveys, one aimed at those interested with biodiversity wishing to provide top line feedback, and one aimed at those with expertise in biodiversity wishing to provide detailed feedback. Have your say by selecting the survey in line with your experience below.

Livingstone Shire Council is preparing a Biodiversity Strategy to guide planning and project development for the conservation of natural assets and green corridors, a key theme within the Community Plan: Towards 2050. The Livingstone Shire Council Corporate Plan contains objectives to recognise, preserve and enhance the region’s unique biodiversity.

Livingstone has a unique natural environment from mountains and plains, rivers, creeks to our beaches, marine and island landscapes. The natural environment is regarded as a key value for the Livingstone community. In order to protect these values, Council recognises the need to protect and manage our environment so that a positive legacy is left for future generations.

The Biodiversity Strategy will identify our natural assets and provide information on how to protect, sustainably manage and enhance natural assets of our Shire. The objective of the Biodiversity Strategy is to identify the unique natural heritage, plants, and animals, as well as the important biological processes that underpin our lifestyle and preserve and enhance the region’s biodiversity into the future.

Livingstone Shire Council is calling stakeholder and community members for their feedback on the DRAFT Biodiversity Strategy to inform any changes ahead of the six year strategy being adopted by Council.

Download and view the DRAFT Biodiversity Strategy here. We have developed two surveys, one aimed at those interested with biodiversity wishing to provide top line feedback, and one aimed at those with expertise in biodiversity wishing to provide detailed feedback. Have your say by selecting the survey in line with your experience below.

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