Department of Environment and Primary Industries output performance measures 2013-14

The Department of Environment and Primary Industries is Victoria’s primary government agency responsible for agriculture, fisheries, forestry, public land and the environment.

The Department’s primary functions are:

- efficient and practical management of land, water and agricultural services, including fisheries, game and forestry;

- effective environmental investment and protection across Victoria, including the effective management of state forests, parks, coasts, alpine resorts and crown land reserves;

- public land fire management to reduce the threat and impact of major bushfires on communities, assets and critical infrastructure, and the environment;

- conservation and protection of Victoria’s unique biodiversity and ecosystems from catchment to coast;

- environmental and adaptation policy to provide effective environmental outcomes and resource efficiency; and

- agricultural policy and program design and delivery enabling Victoria’s primary industries to maximise employment, wealth and wellbeing for Victorian families, regions and communities.

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Published (Metadata record) 07/05/2013
Last updated 08/03/2016
Organisation Department of Treasury and Finance
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Data temporal coverage: 01/07/2012 to 30/06/2013