Best-practice governance for recovery teams
For most people, threatened species recovery is about doing something to save a threatened species – removing smothering weeds, planting habitat trees, translocating individual animals and managing threats like foxes and cats. The ‘doing’ is important but what is often not seen is the organisation behind the doing. How are decisions made? Which bits of the ‘doing’ are given the priority? And how do we make sure we ‘learn’ as we ‘do’?