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Biodiversity Plan 2024-29 open for feedback

Tuesday 20 Feb 2024
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The City of Marion is asking the community for its feedback on the Biodiversity Plan, which will assist in the management enhancement and protection of natural areas over the next five years.

Council recently endorsed an ongoing funding option of $800,000 for the draft plan.

It will allow the City of Marion to undertake significant improvements at existing priority and restoration sites across the area. It has been developed to replace the Remnant Native Vegetation Plan 2018-2023.

Protecting the natural environment and improving connection with nature are key elements of the ''Valuing Nature'' theme of the City of Marion Community Vision. The City of Marion strategic Plan 2019-2029 seeks improved condition, diversity and connectivity of our ecosystems as we are identifying the challenges around increasing impacts and costs of remnant vegetation management due to climate change.

Biodiversity is important to the community, which is why the City of Marion is now asking for your feedback to help set and shape the priorities for the next five years.

To make a submission, visit

The survey will close at 5 pm on Sunday 10 March 2024.

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