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Managing our Natural Resources

Sustainable management of our natural resources on both public and private land is a priority for the Department.

 Hot Topics
Natural Heritage Strategy (2013-2030) | New Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Management Plan | The Alternatives to 1080 Program - Final Report | Acid Sulfate Soils | Natural Values Atlas | Wildlife Imports

Development Planning & Conservation Assessment Tools
Includes the NVA, TasVeg, the Tas Reserve Spatial Layer, Geocon Database, strategies, policies and other publications.
Management of Wildlife
The primary role of the Wildlife Management Branch (WMB) is to efficiently and effectively facilitate the sustainable management of Tasmania's wildlif...
Natural Heritage Strategy (2013-2030)
The Natural Heritage Strategy is a long-term plan for conserving Tasmania’s rich and diverse natural heritage. It addresses the single biggest challen...
Conservation on Private Land
The Private Land Conservation Program aims to develop and encourage an integrated approach to private land management and planning that helps landowne...
Land Management & Soils
Information on Tasmania's land resources, including soil types, land capability, and soil management.
Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area
The Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area (TWWHA) is formally recognised through World Heritage listing as being part of the natural and cultural h...
Geoconservation
Geoconservation aims to preserve the natural diversity of our non-living environment (our geodiversity) - bedrock features, landforms, soil features ...
Climate Change
Tasmania is implementing a range of initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and also to deal with the implications of climate change.
Coastal & Marine Environment
The State Coastal Policy is a policy created under the State Policies and Projects Act 1993. State Policies, also known as Tasmanian Sustainabl...
Publications, Forms and Permits
Departmental forms, permits and publications plus other resources relating to natural resource management conservation.

 What’s New
6/14 Shy Albatross Diet | 5/14 Shy albatross | Scientific Permits (Fauna) Applications for Public Comment 2014 | Links and Useful Resources | Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area | Wildlife Import Policy & Procedures

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