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February 2022: MANAGING IMPACTS

MANAGING IMPACTS

Our local natural environment requires constant vigilance to keep it healthy and free from unwelcome impacts. We undertake to work with the community to ensure its protection, including the landscape assets of our City.

✅Actions: Updated the draft Local Biodiversity Strategy (3.4.2.1) | Created an online Local Environment Strategy progress portal (3.1.2.1)

💡Highlight: 🌳 103 hectares - Local natural areas assessed for Phytophthora dieback | 🌳 13 hectares - Local natural areas treated for Phytophthora dieback

Dieback contractor treating valuable trees at Hartfield Park, Forrestfield
(c) City of Kalamunda
Ray Owen dieback boot cleaning station
(c) City of Kalamunda