This plan details the status of protected flora under NSW legislation and the licensing and reporting requirements in the Biodiversity and Conservation Act 2016 (BC Act). It is an important reference for the cut-flower industry and will also help make the general public and the cut-flower industry more aware of the issues affecting the management and conservation of protected and threatened native plants used in the cut-flower industry.
Draft Cut flower Sustainable Management Plan
Protected and threatened plants in the cut-flower industry
OEH issues licences under the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 to persons seeking to harvest and grow whole protected native plants for commercial purposes.
- 6 October 2017
- Office of Environment and Heritage
- Publication, Public consultation, Management plan
- ISBN 978-1-76039-877-4
- ID OEH20170430
- File PDF 581KB
- Pages 52
- Name cut-flower-sustainable-management-plan-170433.pdf