Biodiversity Stewardship Agreements (BSAs) help conserve and restore habitat for native species and ecosystems and provide offsets for development and infrastructure.
Each agreement has specific requirements for managing the site, including management of pests, weeds, fire, establishing fences and other activities that will help to restore the local ecology of the site. The biodiversity gain generates biodiversity credits which can be sold to offset development.
This interactive map viewer shows the approximate location of Biodiversity Stewardship Agreements (BSA) executed under the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 and Biobanking Agreements executed under the former Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995. The spatial location of agreements has been generalised and some details withheld.
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