Landholders around New South Wales are passionate about having a Biodiversity Stewardship Agreement (BSA) and protecting the native flora and fauna on their BSA sites.
Some landholders have agreed to share their experiences to provide case studies and examples to help other landholders who may be interested in establishing a BSA.
The case studies and landholder stories are created with and approved by participating landholders.
Read the case studies and landholder stories
Landholder story: Farmers preserving land for future generations
Landholder story: Former forestry property now a haven for wildlife
Landholder story: Income and environmental benefits
Case study: Office of Strategic Lands
Case study: Picton and Winmalee
Stewardship Expression of Interest
Are you interested in managing your land in ways that benefit native plants and animals? Entering into a biodiversity stewardship agreement generates biodiversity credits which you can sell through the NSW biodiversity market and which can fund the management of weeds, pests and fire and ecological restoration.
Do you have land that might be suitable? We are making it easier and faster for landowners to set up a biodiversity stewardship agreement. If you are interested in getting help to do this, please fill out the short Expression of Interest form.