This policy lists several Strategic Objectives, Outcomes, and Contributions that are relevant to FLR:
Objective (1): Communities are managing landscapes to sustain long-term economic and social benefits from their environment.
Outcome (1): Maintain and improve ecosystem services through sustainable management of local and regional landscapes.
Contribution (1): Protection and restoration of ecosystem function, resilience and biodiversity; appropriate management of invasive species which threaten ecosystems, habitats or native species
Objective (2): Communities are protecting species and natural assets
Outcome (2): Increase restoration and rehabilitation of the natural environment, including protecting and conserving nationally and internationally significant species, ecosystems, ecological communities, places and values
Contribution (2): Reduce the loss of natural habitats, degradation and fragmentation; protecting or conserving Matters of National Environmental Significance including management of World Heritage Areas, Ramsar wetlands, national heritage etc; reduce the number of nationally threatened species and improve their conservation status
Under land care networks grants and funding, 291 projects will be undertaken to conserve and protect local environments and manage the natural resource base.
It also references the 20 Million Trees Programme by 2020 which involves planting 20,000,000 trees to reestablish green corridors and urban forests through projects that involve revegetation activities to establish native trees and associated native understory species.
As of 8 March 2016, $42.88million (GST exclusive) was announced across 166 projects to plant more than 13.5 million trees. As of 31 March 2016, $42.7m was committed, planting 13.4m trees over 164 projects.