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Tasmania's Nature Conservation Strategy 2002-2006

Tasmania's Nature Conservation Strategy is an important whole-of-government document that complements several other Government initiatives, including Tasmania Together, the State of Environment Report and the Natural Resource Management. It was produced by the State Biodiversity Committee, a broadly based group of experts established in 2000 and chaired by Professor Bruce Davis. A consultation draft was released in June 2001.

Tasmania's Nature Conservation Strategy 2002-2006

The Government has considered all the 64 recommendations and is also releasing its response, which addresses each recommendation and highlights 17 that are supported as a high priority.

Government Response to Tasmania's Nature Conservation Strategy

For further information:
Contact: Biodiversity Conservation Branch
Biodiversity Conservation Branch
Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment
134 Macquarie Street
Phone: 03 6233 6556
Fax: 03 6233 3477

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