Drawing up a management plan is an important part of managing land effectively. A plan should help you articulate your aims and objectives and tie them to key actions. It should also provide a benchmark by which you can measure performance and outcomes.
Developing a plan enables you to engage with stakeholders, drawing on their input and ensuring they understand what you are trying to achieve and how you’re going to achieve it. It should also serve as a reference point for everyone working on the land, pulling them together under one wild land management vision.
Standards 1-4 relate to management planning