Nature conservation

Conserving biodiversity

NSW Murray Biodiversity Management Plan

The Murray Biodiversity Management Plan (BMP) has been developed to help prioritise biodiversity management activities in the NSW Murray catchment to maximise the benefits to biodiversity from available limited resources.

The Murray BMP provides the user with descriptive information and maps that define the biodiversity values across the catchment from the farm level to the whole catchment. The Murray BMP also presents priority investment area maps where biodiversity will benefit from active management and restoration of native vegetation. There are other maps showing potential areas for management of threatened and significant species and where the community have identified important sites and assets that have biodiversity, economic, cultural, spiritual and recreational values.

The Murray BMP has been developed in partnership between the Murray Catchment Management Authority and OEH, with community and expert input, under the guidance of a steering committee of community representatives.

Read the Murray BMP

 

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Page last updated: 11 December 2013