Summary: Biodiversity Plan for the South East of South Australia, 1999By Tim Croft, Tatia Zubrinich, Ann Shaw Rungie, Alison Oppermann, Georgina House View Publication
The conservation of our natural biodiversity is essential for the functioning of natural systems. Aside from the intrinsic importance of conserving the diversity of species many of South Australia’s economic activities are based on the sustainable use, conservation and management of biodiversity.
Biodiversity Plans are able to provide a focus for the conservation and management of biodiversity within a region so that a strategic approach to implementing conservation actions can be achieved. This focus also provides a framework for integrating biodiversity conservation with other regional natural resource management issues and plans.