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National Action/s and Tasks Responsibility Performance Indicators (inc. Timing) Progress eradication objectives for PIRSA, I&I NSW, Number and/or % of NSW, SA and within the eradication DEEDI, NRETAS, eradication sites actively zones in Qld, NT and WA DAFWA, SAAL, & effectively managed  regio al groups, local (annually) n  govt    Ensure follow-up inspections and PIRSA, I&I NSW, Number of sites control of all infestation sites within DEEDI, NRETAS, inspected (annually) NSW and SA and eradication zones DAFWA, SAAL, in Qld, NT and WA and monitor for regional groups, local seedling germination govt    Develop and use databases, PIRSA, I&I NSW, All states/territory have registers or similar systems for DDAEFEDWI,A ,N SRAEATLAS, oapn eerraatidoincaalt i(o2n0 d1a5t)a  base maintaining consistent site records regial groups,,  local  for eradication zones at either a site, on regional, state or territory level govt    Evaluate progress of eradication PDIERESDAI,,  IN&IR ENTSAWS,,  RNeupmobrtesr  (oaf nsnitueasl layt)  a objectives at a site, regional, state DAFWA, SAAL, monitoring stage and territory level and review zoning regional groups, local (annually)
 
REVISED PARKINSONIA NATIONAL STRATEGY TABLE   Vision: Parkinsonia is confined and its impacts reduced to a minimum   1. Objectives are:  A Protect clean areas and promote early detection of new infestations  B Eradication of isolated and scattered infestations  Objectives 1.1 Control infestations in eradication zones
Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
 
1.2 Develop and maintain early detection and eradication mechanisms
 govt, NPBMG, National Coordinator Utilise ecological modelling to CSIRO, regional Regional projects determine and prioritise areas at risk groups initiated, completed and of invasion reported (annually)    Maintain Parkinsonia-free areas DEEDI, NRETAS, Number of outbreaks through awareness, identification DAFWA, I&I NSW, found and controlled training, monitoring and early PIRSA, Vic DPI, local (annually) detection govt., landholders,  regional g oups, r  National Coordinator    Promote awareness of Parkinsonia DEEDI, NRETAS, 50% of regions have spread vectors especially the role of DAFWA, I&I NSW, awareness activities water movement through flooding PIRSA, local govt., (annually)  regional groups,  National Coordinator    Identify, record and implement Landholders, local Survey priorities listed surveys of high risk areas especially govt., regional groups, (June 2011). following major flood events and/or DEEDI, NRETAS, Survey area (ha) collated as periodically required DAFWA, I&I NSW, (annually)  PIRSA    Encourage reporting of suspected Local govt., regional Number of new outbreaks outbreaks and ensure processes are groups, DEEDI, reported (annually) in place for identification, rapid NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I response, delimitation and control NSW, PIRSA, Vic DPI, planning National Coordinator 1.3 Facilitate buffer zone Actively implement, through timely Local Govt, regional Areas safeguarded from development & implementation to surveys and strategic control, buffer groups invasion (annually) safeguard catchments threatened by zones to protect catchments at risk of Parkinsonia invasion   
Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
 
2. Minimise impacts of Parkinsonia on productivity and natural assets Objectives are: A Catchment scale community based control programs are implemented B High value environmental and cultural sites are protected & restored C Best practice and integrated management practices are adopted D Biological control initiatives are supported  Objectives National Action/s and Tasks Responsibility Performance Indicators (inc. Timing) 2.1 Use broad scale approaches to Identify key catchments and regions NPBMG, National Key catchments listed Parkinsonia management which would significantly benefit from Coordinator, local (June 2010) catchment scale Parkinsonia govt., regional groups, management DEEDI, NRETAS, DAFWA     Prioritise catchments and regions for NPBMG, National Key catchments strategic control and develop Coordinator, local prioritised (June 2011) appropriate actions and/or govt., regional groups, management regimes DEEDI, NRETAS, DAFWA     Encourage and support sub- Local govt., regional Number & scale of catchment, catchment and regional groups, DEEDI, regional control projects scale community management of NRETAS, DAFWA, (annually) Parkinsonia National Coordinator       Promote community and government NPBMG, National Number of case studies case studies of Parkinsonia Coordinator, local published and/or management at different scales govt., regional groups, presentations (annually)  DEEDI, NRETAS,  DAFWA    Promote, maintain and/or establish Landholders, local Infestation free or treated infestation-free areas within the govt., regional groups areas (annually) Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
 
2.2 Protect & restore high value environmental and cultural sites
2.3 Promote the integration of Parkinsonia management
 containment zone    Implement on-ground control Landholders, regional Number of projects, area projects to protect and restore high groups, DEEDI, and feature protected conservation sites (eg. wetlands) NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I and culturally significant areas NSW, SAAL, PIRSA threatened and/or impacted by Parkinsonia Develop and promote integrated Local govt., regional Distribution of manuals & weed management to maximise groups, DEEDI, event participation benefits of Parkinsonia control CSIRO, NRETAS, (annually)  DAFWA Na ional t  Coordina or t    Targeted awareness program for Local govt., regional Increase skills & stakeholders which incorporates groups, DEEDI, knowledge of 100 land cultural and property management NRETAS, DAFWA managers (annually) practices such as fire National Coordinator    Include Parkinsonia management in Local govt., regional Increase skills & pest management field days, groups, DEEDI, knowledge of 100 land workshops, demonstrations and NRETAS, DAFWA, managers (annually) control training to facilitate best SAAL, I&I NSW, practice adoption National Coordinator    Publish a National Best Practice National Coordinator, Best practice manual Manual to include recent outcomes NPBMG, DEEDI, published (2012) from ecology research, control trials, CSIRO fire studies and biological control and dieback investigations (to supplement the National Case Studies Manual) 2.4 Identify economic and ecological Undertake studies to quantify the Universities, CSIRO, New research projects impacts economic and ecological impacts of DEEDI initiated, completed Parkinsonia and/or results published  (2015) Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
 
    Determine the benefits and costs of Universities, CSIRO, New research projects Parkinsonia control for best practice DEEDI, regional groups initiated, completed and management results available (2015)    Determine key criteria for successful NPBMG, CSIRO, Key criteria determined & management programs with varying National Coordinator available through objectives meeting minutes 2.5 Facilitate a planned approach to Incorporate Parkinsonia Landholders, local Number of plans achieving effective Parkinsonia management in: govt, regional groups, developed or revised at management  Property & sub-catchment plans DEEDI, NRETAS, various scales (annually)  Local government and agency DAFWA, SAAL, pest management plans PIRSA, regional  NRM & catchment strategies groups, National   Biodiversity strategies Coordinator  State and territory plans    Parkinsonia infestations in Local govt., regional Number of plans eradication zones are clearly gNrRouEpTsA, SD, EDEADFI,W A, developed or revised at identified in relevant pest various scales (annually) management plans and are gSrAoAuLp,s ,P INRatSioA, rle gional  resourced and actioned accordingly Coordinator na  2.6 Introduce and improve the Introduce, assess and distribute new CSIRO, DEEDI Number of new agents impact of introduced biological biological control agents released and established control agents (annually)    Determine impacts of new biological CSIRO, DEEDI Impacts quantified and control agents and inter-relationships published (annually) between them and other control options 2.7 Improve the impact of naturally Investigate the effectiveness of UQ, CSIRO, DEEDI, New research projects occurring biological control agents dieback (fungal) agents as biological National Coordinator initiated, completed agents and/or results published   (annually) Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
 
   
 
  Facilitate and monitor UQ, CSIRO, DEEDI, community/industry based research National Coordinator  trials of dieback agents in priority regions   Develop and promote the application UQ, CSIRO, DEEDI, of biological control (dieback agents) National Coordinator as part of an integrated approach to Parkinsonia management  
  Number of community based field trials (annually)   Number of events, presentations, participants (annually)
Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
 
3. Maintain and enhance national commitment to manage Parkinsonia  Objectives are: A Effective national strategic plan implementation & evaluation B. Increased awareness of the Parkinsonia threat C. Maintain and utilise legislative tools D Utilise national distribution data for planning and prioritisation   Strategies National Action/s and Tasks Responsibilities Performance Indicators (inc. Timing) 3.1 Manage implementation of the Maintain an effective National Prickle AWC, Australian govt., NPBMG conducts one plan Bush Management Group & provide NPBMG, National meeting and two with sufficient resourcing to lead and Coordinator teleconferences (annually) evaluate strategy implementation  until phase 3    Maintain strategy coordination AWC, Australian govt., Continued employment of through a national coordinator and state & territory lead a National Coordinator, inter-jurisdictional collaboration until agencies, National jurisdictional participation phase 3 Coordinator on NPBMG   Collate strategic plan milestones and National Coordinator, Strategy report received in report on progress annually to AWC, NPBMG September/October each DAFF and key stakeholders yea r    Develop and implement a Monitoring, National Coordinator, MERI plan for Parkinsonia Evaluation, Reporting and NPBMG National Strategic Plan Improvement (MERI) plan developed by November  2010     Monitor and evaluate activities and Community & agency Project evaluation reports, disseminate results to relevant project coordinators, Review of effectiveness of stakeholders lead agencies, MERI Plan included in National Coordinator annual report to June Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
3.2 Monitor and evaluate implementation of the strategy
 
 3.3 Coordinate communication Conduct communication activities to National Coordinator, Number of communication about the strategy ernisure awareness of the plan, NPBMG activities p ority actions and achievements     Ensu e linkages with other relevant r  WoNS strategies and other plans to National Coordinator Number of joint activities maximise awareness 3.4 Seek support and resources for Market the strategy and seek National Coordinator, Priority action framework strategy delivery adequate funding and stakeholder NPBMG updated annually (March support for nationally strategic 2011) actions     Facilitate and support regional, state, National Coordinator, Funding submissions & territory and national funding NPBMG, lead total funding invested initiatives to address nationally agencies (annually) strategic infestation areas and asset  protection     Support research for risk CSIRO, DEEDI, UQ, Projects initiated, assessment, environmental impacts, University of Sydney, completed and reported agricultural impacts, management other universities, (annually) tools, biological control, dieback DERM investigations & mapping  technologies      Facilitate collaborative partnerships National Coordinator, Number of collaborative to improve Parkinsonia coordination NPBMG, lead partnerships & meetings and control outcomes agencies, community (annually)  groups, local govt    Undertake joint actions where National Coordinator Number of joint actions, appropriate with other WoNS meetings (annually)  strategies Promote awareness of the threat and National Coordinator, Presentations & products impacts of Parkinsonia NPBMG, lead annually Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
3.5 Increase education and awareness of the Parkinsonia  
 situation in Australia agencies, community  groups, local govt    Direct awareness campaigns to National Coordinator, High risk regions target groups in high risk regions NPBMG, DEEDI, documented (June 2011).  NRETAS, DAFWA, Presentations, products,  PIRSA, I&I NSW, Vic media targeting regions  DPI, community prepared and delivered.  groups, local govt     National Coordinator, Products developed & Produce and distribute identification NPBMG, lead numbers distributed materials for Parkinsonia and joint agencies, regional (annually) products with mesquite & prickly groups acacia 3.6 Maintain an appropriate Maintain declaration of Parkinsonia DEEDI, NRETAS, Parkinsonia remains legislative framework for Parkinsonia to prevent trade and distribution in all DAFWA, PIRSA, I&I declared under management States and Territories NSW, Vic DPI, AQIS legislation/regulations    Enhance policy support for nationally DEEDI, NRETAS, New policies updated, strategic actions DAFWA, PIRSA, I&I state & territory action  NSW, National plans. NT plan by 2011  Coordi ator n    Promote landholder awareness of Local govt., DEEDI, Events, media and articles their responsibilities under legislation NRETAS, DAFWA, mentioning responsibilities  PIRSA, I&I NSW     Utilise enforcement where necessary Local government, Number of enforcement to complement eradication objectives DEEDI, NRETAS, actions and/or protect control investments DAFWA, PIRSA and environmental assets 3.7 Develop maps of Parkinsonia Maintain and update national National Coordinator, National maps updated distribution and management zones distribution and density maps NPBMG, DEEDI, (biennially)  NRETAS, DAFWA, Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au   
 
 
  S L, I&I NSW, AA  National Coordinator    Develop distribution and density DEEDI, NRETAS, Number of maps produced maps at appropriate scales for DAFWA, SAAL, I&I annually, area project management, planning, NSW, regional groups, incorporated by mapping resource prioritisation and reporting local government    Develop, delineate and publish National Coordinator, National maps updated national management zones NPBMG, lead (biennially) incorporating eradication, active agencies management and containment    Annually review national NPBMG, National National maps updated management zones including Coordinator biennially, proposed community, industry and government changes endorsed by submissions to amend zoning NPBMG     National Coordinator, Data attributes recorded in Determine nationally consistent data NPBMG meeting minutes attributes for evaluation of Parkinsonia management progress in each zone    Monitor long term changes in CSIRO, lead agencies Reporting & publication of distribution and density including outcomes invasion trends, dieback and control activity outcomes
Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
 
 
Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824 Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au  
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