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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2006  
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Contents >> Environment >> Natural heritage

Management of the natural environment:

  • ensures the preservation of local flora and fauna;
  • controls or reduces development of the area for fishing, forestry, mining or agriculture; and
  • ensures areas involved are generally accessible to the public.

In 2001-02, there was $17.4m in Natural Heritage Trust (NHT) projects in Tasmania. Of this, the most funding was allocated to Bushcare projects ($5.9m), followed by Rivercare ($3.8m) and Landcare ($3.5m). Landcare and Bushcare had the largest number of projects, although both had decreased from the previous year (Landcare by 18 and Bushcare by 15).

NATURAL HERITAGE TRUST PROJECTS, Tasmania(a)(b)

2000-01
2001-02
Program
No.
Funding ($'000)
No.
Funding ($'000)

Bushcare
51
6,777.0
36
5,867.8
Coastcare
22
281.9
30
299.2
Coast and Clean Seas
6
538.6
6
565.4
Endangered Species
14
540.0
18
802.7
Feral Animal Control
2
281.6
1
173.6
Fisheries Action
11
502.2
10
638.9
Farm Forestry
10
1,373.2
9
1,199.8
Landcare
56
4,834.2
38
3,484.9
National Wetlands
4
115.7
2
83.9
Rivercare
40
4,181.8
30
3,752.7
Waterwatch
13
441.4
13
441.4
Total projects
217
19,867.5
183
17,355.2

(a) Funding under the National Reserves program is not included. This NHT program is administered separately by the Commonwealth Government.
(b) Components may not add up to totals because some projects are funded under more than one program and because numbers have been rounded.

Source: Natural Heritage Trust Unit and Coastal Management Section, Department of Primary Industries, Water and Environment.


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