King Island Natural Resource Management Strategy 2010-2020 guides the activities of KINRM. The strategy focuses on what can be achieved on King Island in NRM over the next 10-20 years, and how best to achieve these goals for King Island's asset areas of Land, Biodiversity, Coast and Water. The goals have been developed with input from the community, interested groups and the KINRMG. The Strategy is divided into three sections: Introduction; Strategic Plan; and Implementation Plan. It has been developed to be used by anyone with an interest in King Island to help collaboratively guide King Island's natural resource management. This Strategy is based on a review of The KINRMG Strategy Plan 1998-2001 and has been prepared by Jen Milne and Eva Finzel for the King Island Natural Resource Management Group Inc and Cradle Coast NRM. We gratefully acknowledge the funding assistance for this project by the Australian Government's Natural Heritage Trust, provided through Cradle Coast NRM.
The King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 2012-2022. The plan has been adopted by the Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities as the national Recovery Plans for two species listed under the EPBC Act, the King Island Brown Thornbill and the King Island Scrubtit.
The actions in the plan will now be undertaken by stakeholders, as resources allow. Prepared by Debbi Delaney under a Steering Committee composed of King Island Community representatives and Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) representatives. The content of the plan reflects the knowledge and experience of the King Island Community augmented by inputs from staff of the Threatened Species Section of DPIPWE and the Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (DSEWPaC). The Plan was based upon a draft prepared by Lauren Barrow in 2008. The preparation of the Plan was funded by King Island Natural Resource Management Group, the King Island Council, DSEWPaC, and DPIPWE. A Steering Committee will review progress on an annual basis, provide guidelines on priorities and communicate results to relevant stakeholders.
The King Island Biodiversity Management Plan informed the KINRM Strategy 2010-2020 with many actions taken directly from the KIBMP.
from Currie Newsagency, The Trend, or KINRMG (by mail or from KINRMG office, 5 George Street, Currie)
A Guide to the Geology of King Island Part 1, 2016 by Clive Calver
ADDENDUM (2014): being updated
This addendum was created to incorporate newly listed species, genus name changes, subsumed species (i.e. incorporated into another genus), new subspecies and recommended deletions. It also provided the opportunity to correct mistakes identified in the original edition. The addendum also includes detailed profiles of ten of the newly identified species.
Invasive Species Management - King Island Cat Management Plan 2008 – 2013
Prepared by Mark Branson (King Island Natural Resource Management Group Inc.) (KINRMG) as a component of the 2007-2008 Orange-bellied Parrot (Neophema chrysogaster) Habitat Management and Restoration Project.
King Island Wildfire Management Plan
King Island Cat Control Project -June 2010
Report prepared by Jamie Cooper, FERAL MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
LAVINIA STATE RESERVE, KING ISLAND POST- FIRE GEOMORPHOLOGY AND VEGETATION ASSESSMENT - REPORT 1
ASSESSMENT OF PEAT DEPOSITS, FIRE DAMAGE AND DRAINAGE FEATURES
Keith D. Corbett
LAVINIA STATE RESERVE, KING ISLAND POST-FIRE GEOMORPHOLOGY AND VEGETATION ASSESSMENT - REPORT 2
THREATENED FLORA EXTENSION SURVEYS KING ISLAND 23–26 MARCH 2009
A Report to the Cradle Coast Natural Resource Management Committee
Mark Wapstra, Richard Schahinger & Matthew Larcombe
Lavinia Ramsar Site Ecological Character Description
Peter Newall and Lance Lloyd
3 March 2010
ORANGE-BELLIED PARROT (NEOPHEMA CHRYSOGASTER)
Habitat Restoration and Management on King Island - DRAFT FINAL REPORT
Prepared by Lauren Barrow (KINRMG)
Tasmanian Acid Sulfate Soil Management Guidelines
The Tasmanian Acid Sulfate Soils Information Project (TASSI) was undertaken with funding from the Australian Government through its Caring for our Country (formerly Natural Heritage Trust) program.
available from KINRMG office