I prepared the Gatton Shire Biodiversity Strategy in 2000 as a component of the Natural Heritage Trust (NHT) funded Gatton Shire Vegetation Assessment and Conservation Project. The Strategy advanced innovative win-win solutions to benefit both biodiversity and the landholders and community of Gatton Shire.
The Strategy built on the foundations of the land systems planning approach in the Lockyer Catchment as discussed in the Land Use Planning Handbook for the Lockyer Catchment. An outcome of the Strategy was the development of the Biodiversity Recovery Plan for Gatton and Laidley Shires, South-East Queensland 2003-2008.
|Gatton Shire Biodiversity Strategy (PDF 1.3 MB)|