This report, commissioned and co-published by ALCA, undertakes an independent assessment of of Heritage Agreements in South Australia and details the benefits of revitalising South Australia’s private protected area network.
A Natural Legacy: Revitalising private land conservation in South Australia for nature, people and thriving rural landscapes
For many years, South Australia had a well-deserved reputation as a leader in private land conservation, but a sharp decline in funding over the past decade has left landholders without much needed support to protect and manage wildlife habitat on their land.
 
This report, commissioned and co-published by ALCA, undertakes an independent assessment of Heritage Agreements in South Australia, recommending how to restart the benefits from revitalising South Australia’s private protected area network.
 

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