Landscape groups plan for local activities

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Landscape Groups across the region took part in District Action Planning during October and November, setting local priorities for landscape management and planning group activities for coming years. All plans being developed identify the key issues and opportunities for each district, priority actions for the group, and show how the group’s work aligns and contributes to the strategic priorities for the SA Arid Lands Landscape Board, as outlined in the board’s Regional Landscape Plan.

Landscape Groups across the region took part in District Action Planning during October and November, setting local priorities for landscape management and planning group activities for coming years.

All plans being developed identify the key issues and opportunities for each district, priority actions for the group, and show how the group’s work aligns and contributes to the strategic priorities for the SA Arid Lands Landscape Board, as outlined in the board’s Regional Landscape Plan.

The planning sessions identified a number of management priorities that were shared across several groups, such as restoring landscape function and rehydration, climate adaptation through diversification, water resource management, pest plant and animal control, and building community capacity and engagement in landscape management.

Once finalised, development of each group’s district weed strategies will follow, which will be a resource for land managers in each district.

To get involved and have a say in shaping the Board’s work in your district, please contact your Community Landscape Officer or one of your local group members.

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