Department of Environment and Conservation (NSW), 2005
ISBN: 1 7412 2144 7
The total cost to implement this recovery plan is estimated to be $90,150 over five years. This amount does not include site management costs or the costs associated with the preparation and implementation of Plans of Management for community land, as these costs are yet to be determined. A total of $36,850 will be provided as in-kind contributions with an additional $53,300 required to implement actions that are currently unfunded. Additional funds will be sought from sources including the Natural Heritage Trust, Environmental Trust, industry sponsors, the NSW State Biodiversity Program, Threatened Species Network, Threatened Species Appeal and from the DECs annual operational provisions for threatened species programs.
Table 8 details the costs and identifies the parties responsible for the implementation of specific recovery actions.
- Download Table 8: Estimated costs, funding source and responsible parties for implementing the actions identified in the Daphnandra sp. C ‘Illawarra’ Recovery Plan - (daphnandratable8.pdf - 114 KB)