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4.4 Implementation

The recovery program is currently supported by the input of staff and resources from DEC, AWC, SBSJV, ULCBPG, ARP and Chevron. Estimated costs of recovery actions for the first three years are shown in Table 5. Costs have been calculated at 2007 prices and will be revised for new projects as they arise. Cost estimates include the salary component not met by stakeholders (other than DEH) and operating costs. Actions undertaken as normal operations by state agency staff have not been costed. Potential sources of additional funding include Caring for Our Country, Lotterywest and private or corporate sponsors.

Table 5: Implementation costs




Action

Description

3 Year Cost $

5 Year Cost $

10 Year Cost

$

Responsibility

Completion Date

1

Protect existing wild populations and habitat



















Bernier and Dorre Island management

84,000

140,000


280,000

DEC

Ongoing




Monitor Bernier and Dorre Island populations

149,633

260,514

521,028

DEC

Ongoing




Barrow Island management

18,000

32,000

64,000

DEC

Chevron


Ongoing




Monitor Barrow Island population

84,000

140,000

280,000

DEC

Chevron


Ongoing

2

Maintain captive populations


















Maintain PCBC


180,000

300,000

600,000

DEC

Ongoing

3

Maintain reintroduced populations



















Maintain Heirisson Prong populations

150,000

250,000

500,000

ULCBPG

SBSJV


Ongoing




Maintain ARP populations

90,000

150,000

300,000

ARP

Ongoing




Maintain Faure Island populations

165,000

275,000

350,000

AWC

Ongoing





Maintain Scotia bettong population

75,000

125,000

250,000

AWC

Ongoing




Maintain Boodie Island bettong population

90,000

150,000

300,000

DEC

Ongoing

4

Reintroductions to mainland and island sites



















Reintroductions to Yookamurra WS, Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park bettong population and other mainland sites

120,000

170,000




AWC , Parks Australia, DEC

Ongoing

5

Taxonomic and genetic research




















Hybridisation strategies

8,000

8,000




DEC

Ongoing




Publication of results of research into the taxonomic status and genetic structure of burrowing bettong populations

26,000

-

-

DEC, UWA, AWC

Ongoing

6

Enhance community participation and education



















Useless Loop community participation

7,500

12,500

25,000

ULCBPG SBSJV

WR&M


Ongoing




ARP community participation

7,500

12,500

25,000

ARP

Friends of ARP

BHP


Ongoing




Denham community participation

7,500

12,500

25,000

DEC

WWF/TSN


Ongoing




Project Eden/Faure Island ecotourism

7,500

12,500

25,000

DEC

Shark Bay Shire



Ongoing

7

Secure ongoing funding



















Recovery Team meetings

15,000

25,000

25,000


DEC

Ongoing




Source additional funding

9,000

15,000




Recovery Team

DEC


ARP

ULCBPG


AWC

Ongoing

8

Australia-wide interagency linkages

9,000

15,000

30,000

Recovery Team

DEC

AWC

ULCBPG

ARP

Ongoing

TOTAL




1,302,633

2,105,514

3,600,028











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