ALCA submission to independent review of the Landscape South Australia Act 2019

The SA Government has an opportunity to strengthen the Landscape SA Act, especially the framing of the Objects of the Act.
ALCA submission to the independent review of the Landscape South Australia Act 2019

ALCA’s submission focuses upon revising and strengthening the Objects of the Act and requirements of the State Landscape Strategy; creating a legislative percentage floor for the redistribution of funding to regional landscape boards via the Landscape Priorities Fund; and the exemption of inappropriate requirements of commercial forestry arrangements from native revegetation that delivers substantive benefits for biodiversity.

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