In spring 2011, Alex Lockton proposed ten priority practical conservation actions for Shropshire in the Shropshire Botanical Society newsletter. The idea was to move away from producing large numbers of targets, where no action is taken, and to focus on actually delivering a smaller number of important actions.
The Shropshire Biodiversity Partnership are now asking other local naturalist groups to follow this lead and put forward up to ten site management actions they would like to see. This will identify potential actions and overlap between the priorities of different groups. The partnership will then use this information to decide on 10 priority actions to focus on delivering.
Please take the time to enter the actions for your group, as this could make a real difference to biodiversity conservation in Shropshire.