The framework provides a logical process and operational toolkit to develop area specific management actions including on-ground activity, planning, engagement, communication and structured training to prevent the further spread of Phytophthora Dieback at a landscape scale.

This facilitates a standardised approach for targeted management and investment across
tenure enabling collaboration between key stakeholders providing optimum return for the preservation of the state’s unique biodiversity assets.

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