Ensure recovery actions are implemented as part of

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– ensure recovery actions are implemented as part of existing management programs; – conduct community education programs; and – prioritise on-ground works. A Establish year 1, then ongoing $1,000,000 29.2. Establish a KIBMP Steering Committee, to review progress of all implementation against management objectives on an annual basis, provide guidelines on priorities and communicate results to relevant stakeholders. Determine membership and terms of reference of the KIBMP Steering Committee. A Establish year 1, then ongoing $10,000 29.3. Develop and implement a monitoring program, where applicable utilising existing monitoring undertaken within the Plan, to measure the Plan’s success in achieving the performance criteria. Review and revise actions within the Plan, based on the results of performance criteria monitoring. A Establish year 1, then ongoing $1,000,000 29.4. Develop a program to secure funding for implementation of recovery actions from State and Commonwealth governments and non-government organisations. A Establish year 1, then Incorporated into Actions King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 54
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Actions Priori ty Timeframe Estimated Cost (10 years) ongoing 29.1 & 29.2 King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 55
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5.11 Responsible parties Potential stakeholders in the implementation of the King Island Biodiversity Management Plan include: Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (including the Parks and Wildlife Service); Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities; Cradle Coast Natural Resource Management Committee; King Island Natural Resource Management Group Inc.; King Island Fire Management Area Committee; King Island Council; King Island Tourism Inc.; private landowners; King Island Field Naturalists; King Island community (groups and individuals); Tasmania Fire Service; Tasmania Land Conservancy; Birds Tasmania; Birdlife Australia Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association; Tasmania Institute of Agricultural Research; University of Tasmania; Australian Quarantine Inspection Services; and CSIRO. A Steering Committee will be established in year 1 of the Plan to oversee the implementation of the recommended actions against the management objectives, provide guidelines on priorities and to communicate results to all relevant stakeholders. The Committee will consist of a cross-section of stakeholders and will review progress on an annual basis. 5.12 Plan review and evaluation The King Island Biodiversity Management Plan will be reviewed within 5 years of its adoption under the EPBC Act to determine if variations are required. King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 56
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6. REFERENCES Alexander, W.B. (1921). Forgotten Feathers. Notes on the fauna of King Island from the logbooks of the Lady Nelson. Emu 21: 318–319.
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