Find out more and have your say on how natural resources are managed in South Australia at community forums across the state in August and September.
The South Australian Government is committed to improving the way our natural resources are managed, and the first step is to develop a new Landscape South Australia Bill to replace the existing Natural Resources Management Act.
Building on the NRM Act’s foundations, the new Bill will empower local communities and land managers to be responsible for sustainably managing their region’s natural resources, with a key focus on soil quality, water management, and pest plant and animal control.
Our natural resources support the state’s primary production industry, are fundamental to our health and wellbeing, and hold cultural and spiritual significance, so it’s important that all South Australians have the opportunity to give their input in how they are managed.
Come along to a session near you, hosted by independent facilitator Becky Hirst, to find out more about the reform process and have your say on how to best manage the state’s natural resources.
For more information about reforming natural resource management in South Australia, visit http://www.yoursay.sa.gov.au/landscape-reform