Recreational wildlife harvesting licence for protected plants under the Nature Conservation Act
Under the Nature Conservation Act 1992, harvesting protected plants for recreational or conservation uses is regulated through a licensing system. Native plants are can be harvested from the wild in different forms. A recreational wildlife harvesting licence allows the holder to take a protected plant in the wild for personal or recreational use. This may include selling or giving the plant to another person, provided the activity is not done for a commercial purpose.
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