Landholder Input Sought for Biodiversity Strategy


Published: 10th August 2022

Mount Isa City Council is seeking input from landholders (people who make a living from their land, or who own a large portion of land) in the Mount Isa Local Government Area, as part of the development of a 10-year biodiversity strategy. Have your say here:

The survey will be open until Friday, August 19.

The biodiversity strategy will identify strategic locations for biodiversity conservation actions on private and Council land.

Council recognises the knowledge of private landholders and the crucial role they play in improving biodiversity outcomes in Mount Isa.

By participating in this survey, you can have your say in determining where and how environmental management resources can be directed in the region.