Landcare: You can influence Natural Resource Management in North East Victoria.



The North East Catchment Management Authority wants to include your views and ideas in an important environmental planning process underway in North East Victoria in 2012.

The CMA is reviewing the North East Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) – a ‘blueprint’ that sets the direction for investment in natural resource management across the region.

The North East CMA wants to capture as many views as possible in the renewal of the Regional Catchment Strategy.

There is now a website with an initial survey, and a series of on-line forums where you and your friends can contribute your ideas and views.

A review of the North East Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) is undertaken in the region every six years.

The new RCS will identify what environmental priorities need to be addressed in the NE region from now until 2018.

SURVEY – Have your say here

The survey will remain open throughout March, but contributions provided prior to the 9th March will be considered by initial expert panel reviews.

The North East NRM News is an email bulletin of current news and upcoming events of interest to Landcare, Agency staff and land managers.

The North East NRM News is sent by North East CMA Landcare , to assist with communication of current news and upcoming events.

If your group or organisation has an event or news to go in this Enews, send an email to this address, or better still, list it on the Landcare Gateway.

For the latest Landcare News and Events, go to or go to the North East CMA website for regional information.

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About Julian Carroll

Principal of Black Star Angus Regional Chair SAMRC Central Vic
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