Property Management Planning - Biodiversity Module Toolkit

The Property Management Planning Biodiversity Module Toolkit provides a useful range of tools and resources to assist landowners in managing biodiversity assets on their properties, and is a component of the Biodiversity Module of the Tasmanian Property Management Systems Framework.


The Tasmanian Property Management Systems Framework (PMSF) is a state-wide framework which overarches the development and delivery of property planning activities in Tasmania and is recognised by the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association, the Tasmanian State Government and Tasmania's Natural Resource Management Regional Committees.

The PMSF's purpose is to ensure co-ordination and consistency between the various property planning activities and policies which are developed within Tasmania.

The three components of the Biodiversity Module Toolkit are below. The links provide access to a range of documents and resources.

Land Management Information

The Land Management Information component includes the following topics:
  • Stock grazing
  • Fencing
  • Wetlands and waterways
  • Riparian areas
  • Salinity
  • Weeds, pests and diseases
  • Revegetation
  • Native fauna management
  • Fire
  • Vegetation condition
  • Monitoring

 

Natural Values Information

The Natural Values Information component includes the following topics:
  • Spatial information
  • Vegetation communities
  • Native plants
  • Native animals
  • Native animal habitat
  • Wetlands

Legislation and Other Resources

The Legislation and Other Resources component includes the following topics:
  • Information links and useful websites
  • Legislation resources
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