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Actions and Effort - To Strengthen Partnerships

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Watere*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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Define roles and reslationships with regional delivery partnersProvide opportunities for knowledge sharing so that knowledge stays in and benefits the region (WS)Facilitators Network Meetings chaired by the GB CMA Landcare Coordinator are held quarterly
 
 
 
Weed Network group facilitated by Up2Us brings together agencies that manage weeds to ensure a coordinated approach

Strategic priority: Manage Public land collabratively

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Undertake works on public land and Crown land frontages to improve waterways and wetlands Promote ongoing relationships between public land managers and other stakeholders (WSStrathbogie Streams Project (GB CMA Waterways and Wetland Health team) is prioviding funding for waterways and riparian wetlands in the Strathbogie Ranges.
Value ecosystem services provided by forested public land and manage for multiple benefits e.g. water quality and quantity, carbon storage, tourism and recreation (WS)
Collaborate with Traditional Owners in catchment managementInvestigate employment opportunities for TO in NRM (WS) Tuangurung Clans now employ on-country workers directly to deliver GB CMA project 'Nationally Significant Ecosystems' Alpine Bogs management.