For all citizens, local councils, conservation groups, landowners, business operators and regulatory authorities
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★ The initial Handbook project was undertaken with funding from The Law Foundation of Tasmania
★ The Handbook was comprehensively updated in August 2013. The update was undertaken with a grant from the Hobart City Council's Dr Edward Hall Environment Grants