Our Biosecurity and Biodiversity Strategy will guide our priority-setting and investment decisions over the next 10 years
Our biosecurity budget has tripled over recent years (from around $4.5 million per year in 2018/19 to around $17.25 million per year until 2024). This increase has allowed us to expand our biosecurity work programme to include biodiversity restoration. Our new strategy will guide our priority setting and investment decisions over the next 10 years.
Biosecurity and biodiversity strategy
Our strategy has 4 goals:
- Proactive and effective land management
- Data excellence for informed decision making
- Empowering partnerships and connections
- Working with Māori as kaitiaki and as having mana whenua.
The strategy also provides a framework for how we engage with partners and stakeholders and involve them in decisions and operational planning.
Our strategy will be reviewed every 5 years and aligns with:
- Te Mana o te Taiao Aotearoa-New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy 2020 developed by the Department of Conservation on behalf of Aotearoa New Zealand
- Predator Free 2050 Strategy
- Regional Pest Management Plans.
To get a copy of LINZ Biosecurity and Biodiversity Strategy 2021 email Biosecurityemail@example.com