Landscapes and natural resources are managed and sustained
What success looks like
An integrated whole-of-landscape approach to natural resources management has empowered, resilient regional communities working collaboratively to help ensure the sustainable management and productive use of the state’s natural resources.
implement Landscape SA reform (subject to Parliamentary processes) and transition from regional natural resources management boards to Landscape boards
support Landscape and Green Adelaide boards to enable communities to have a greater voice in how natural resources are managed
support Natural Resource Management boards to deliver Regional NRM plans; meet legislative requirements; and transition NRM business to Landscape and Green Adelaide boards
support Landscape boards in the development of a grassroots grants program in each region to help fund the activities of community organisations in managing natural resources
support Landscape boards to develop five-year regional plans that focus on soil and water management, pest plant and animal control, and nature stewardship
develop a state landscape strategy that provides a vision for managing the state’s natural resources and establishes funding principles for the Landscape Priorities Fund
establish the statewide Landscape Priorities Fund to enable investment in integrated landscape restoration projects
improve pest plant and animal control and support streamlined compliance targeting issues of greatest risk
promote collaboration between farmers, government and researchers to ensure that soil resources are managed sustainably and support improved farming practices.