Biodiversity can be managed at a range of scales from a paddock to a farm, from a patch to a landscape and at regional and continental scale. A good biodiversity management plan identifies the flora, fauna and ecosystems to be managed, assesses their condition and extent, assesses threats, sets goals and outcomes, recommends management actions, recommends monitoring methods and targets and provides links to resources for implementation.

Stringybark Ecological has extensive experience in developing biodiversity management plans at a range of scales in many different environments. These plans provide clear information and recommendations for land managers and can be supported by formal or informal training if required.