Conservation Management Zones of Australia South Western Australia Temperate Forests


Natural Resource Management practices and sources of NRM advice



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Natural Resource Management practices and sources of NRM advice


this column graph shows the percent of agricultural holdings within the zone that undertake control of feral animals. 1 percent undertake feral goat control 1 percent undertake other (unspecified) feral animal control) 95 percent do not undertake management of feral animals 5 percent did not provide any data.

this column graph shows the percent of agricultural holdings within the zone that undertake actions to protect or regenerate native vegetation on their property. 1.8 percent have fenced off native vegetation or excluded stock 0.5 percent manage weeds 0.9 percent are reducing grazing pressure 0 percent are stopping mechanical or chemical destruction 0.5 percent are undertaking ‘other’ native vegetation management actions.

* Data obtained from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2012 Land Management Practices Survey (LaMPS) 2012. LaMPS collected land practices information from approximately 50,000 farm businesses across Australia. The data has been aligned to Conservation Management Zones from ABS Statistical Area 2 units and Australian Agricultural Environment units. The % figures presented here are indicative only. For more information on LaMPS please refer to: http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/4630.0

this pie graph compares the percent of agricultural holdings within the zone that sought advice when adopting native vegetation management practices. 22.98 percent sought advice 77.02 percent did not seek advice.

this column graph compares the percent of agricultural holdings within the zone that sought advice from different sources, versus the percent that did not seek advice from these sources. less than 50 percent sought advice from landcare or farmer production groups less than 50 percent sought advice from farmer groups 0 percent sought advice from peers or neighbours less than 50 percent sought advice from government extension officers 0 percent sought advice from private consultants or agribusiness agents less than 50 percent sought advice from catchment management authorities or natural resource management region employed facilitators 0 percent sought advice from a research and development corporation.

** The sample for the Drivers of Practice Change 2012 survey consisted of a random subsample of 1228 broadacre farm managers from the Australian Agricultural and Grazing Industries Survey (AAGIS) frame. The data has been aligned to Conservation Management Zones from ABS Statistical Area 2 units. For this reason, the figures presented here are indicative only.

^ This chart indicates the sources of advice utilised for native vegetation management from respondents who identified they sought advice.

For more information please refer to http://www.daff.gov.au/SiteCollectionDocuments/forestry/domestic-forestry/prep-for-future/drivers-

Land tenure, land use, Native Title and Local Government Areas


this pie graph shows the tenure of land across the zone. 0.91 percent is crown land that is private and leased 44.59 percent is crown land that is public 0.42 percent is crown land that is public and leased 1.29 percent is crown land (unknown whether public or private) and leased 50.02 percent is freehold – unknown 3.14 percent is categorised as ‘no data/unknown’.

this pie graph shows land use across the zone. 11 percent of land is used for grazing modified pastures 55 percent is used for conservation and natural environments 1 percent is used for industry, residential services and mining 26 percent is used for cropping and horticulture 1 percent is used for production forestry (native vegetation) 5 percent is used for plantation forestry 1 percent is used for production from irrigated agriculture and plantations

Land tenure data based on Environmental Resources Information Network (ERIN) categorisation of Public Sector Mapping Authority (PSMA) State Tenure 2012; Land use mapping based on Australian Collaborative Land Use and Management Program (ACLUMP) 2012. For more information on Australian land use and management information and classification please refer to: http://www.daff.gov.au/ABARES/aclump/



Indigenous Land Councils

South-West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council: http://www.noongar.org.au

Although there have been no Native Title Determinations finalised within this Conservation Management Zone, it continues to represent important Indigenous heritage values and places that are of deep significance to Indigenous persons and their practices, observations, customs, beliefs and history.

Local Government Areas

City Of Albany

WA

City Of Armadale

WA

City Of Busselton

WA

City Of Gosnells

WA

City Of Swan

WA

Shire Of Augusta-Margaret River

WA

Shire Of Beverley

WA

Shire Of Boddington

WA

Shire Of Boyup Brook

WA

Shire Of Bridgetown-Greenbushes

WA

Shire Of Brookton

WA

Shire Of Broomehill-Tambellup

WA

Shire Of Capel

WA

Shire Of Chittering

WA

Shire Of Collie

WA

Shire Of Cranbrook

WA

Shire Of Cuballing

WA

Shire Of Dardanup

WA

Shire Of Denmark

WA

Shire Of Donnybrook-Balingup

WA

Shire Of Gingin

WA

Shire Of Harvey

WA

Shire Of Kalamunda

WA

Shire Of Katanning

WA

Shire Of Kojonup

WA

Shire Of Manjimup

WA

Shire Of Moora

WA

Shire Of Mundaring

WA

Shire Of Murray

WA

Shire Of Nannup

WA

Shire Of Narrogin

WA

Shire Of Northam

WA

Shire Of Pingelly

WA

Shire Of Plantagenet

WA

Shire Of Serpentine-Jarrahdale

WA

Shire Of Toodyay

WA

Shire Of Victoria Plains

WA

Shire Of Wagin

WA

Shire Of Wandering

WA

Shire Of Waroona

WA

Shire Of West Arthur

WA

Shire Of Williams

WA

Shire Of Woodanilling

WA

Shire Of York

WA





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