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Actions and Effort - To Strengthen Partnerships

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*Progress rating is an indictaive qualitative assessment, these wil be further refined through data analysis, stakeholder and community consultation.

Strategic priority: Reinfornce relationships between agencies and indusrty

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Case Studies

Define roles and reslationships with regional delivery partnersInvestigate and take opportunities to collaborate with industry (WS) Involvement in Goulburn Valley-Water's Ecological Risk Assessment into upgrade of waste water treatment for the growing populations of Mansfield and Kilmore, provides opportunity to define mutually beneficial outcomes. 
Need to collectively look for opportunities to fund priority projects (WS)
Need to improve information sharing e.g. environmental assets. This will assist in evaluating progress (WS)
Identify overlapping and complimentary strategies and work on improving connections (WS)
  

Strategic priority: Manage Public land collabratively

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Undertake works on public land and Crown land frontages to improve waterways and wetlands Mange all remnant vegetation collaboratively e.g. CMN (WS)

Landholders, Strath Creek Landcare Group and various government agencies (GBCMA, DELWP, DEDTJR, Local Council, VicRoads) have collaborated to address blackberry infestations along the King Parrot Creek to optimise results with greatest efficiency.

King Parrot Creek Project Clip

Including the public/private interface. There are various examples. (WS) (Public land and frontage managers)

Strategic priority: Adopt flexible engagement approaches

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Case Studies

Build capacity in existing and new conservation groups to deliver catchment management projectsTailor education to the ever changing types of land managers. Approaches that have worked well include field days covering various topics (WS)Farm Blitz program facilitates training opportunities for skill sets determined to be in need and/or of interest to participants. Regular workshops coordinated.
   
   Mitchell Shire - New Rural Landholder Kit Evaluation
    

Congatulations Upper Goulburn Landcare Network and the Murrindindi Shire Council on the arrival of the Green Army.  For more infomation on this great project click here!