ALCA submission to the South Australian Government review of Heritage Agreement Policy and Guidelines

Heritage Agreements are the cornerstone of private land conservation in South Australia and provide critical protection for many of the state's native species. The SA Government has an important opportunity to strengthen their support for Heritage Agreements - and the landholders that manage them - to deliver better outcomes for South Australian biodiversity.
Submission to the SA Government review of Heritage Agreement Policy and Guidelines

Heritage Agreements are the cornerstone of private land conservation in South Australia and provide critical protection for many of the state’s native species. The South Australia Government has an important opportunity to strengthen their support for Heritage Agreements – and the landholders that manage them – to deliver better outcomes for South Australian biodiversity.

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