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© Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority, 2016
PO Box 1752
Shepparton Vic 3632
Phone: 03 5822 7700

Contributing authors:

Compiled by Melanie Haddow and Kate Brunt (Goulburn Broken CMA) using project reports developed by Craig Clifton and Milos Pelikan (Jacobs), Rod McLennan (Rod McLennan and Associates) and Pat Feehan (Pat Feehan Consulting).

Regional Natural Resource Management Planning for Climate Change in the Goulburn Broken Region Project Steering Committee:

Carl Walters, Chris Norman, Helen Murdoch, Jenny Wilson, Kate Brunt (Project Manager), Katie Warner, Mark Turner, Melanie Haddow, Simon Casanalia, Steve Wilson (Chair) and Wayne Tennant, Goulburn Broken CMA
Chelsea Cherry, Victorian Government Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Gary Deayton, Moira Shire Council, (representing the Goulburn Broken Local Government Biodiversity Reference Group)
Peter Wilcock, Australian Government Department of Environment
Tracy Taylor/Thomas Brown, Goulburn Broken Greenhouse Alliance

Further acknowledgements:

For providing expertise to inform the Plan:
Milos Pelikan, Craig Clifton, Sarah Heard, Ashlea Davy and David Kelly, Jacobs
Mark Cotter, The Catchment Management Company
Pat Feehan, Pat Feehan Consulting
Rod McLennan, Rod McLennan and Associates
Aaron Findlay, Carl Walters, Carla Miles, Helen Murdoch, Jenny Wilson, Kate Brunt, Melanie Haddow, Rachael Spokes, Steve Wilson and Tim Barlow, Goulburn Broken CMA
Kate Stothers, Euroa Arboretum
Terry Batey and Rebecca Caldwell, Victorian Government Department of Environment and Primary Industries
Terry Hunter, Goulburn-Murray Water

For collaboration on regional natural resource management planning for climate change:
Matthew O’Connell and Alison Skinner, North East CMA
Linda Broadhurst, Veronica Doerr and Leanne Webb, CSIRO
Paul Ryan, Australian Resilience Centre
The Victorian CMAs Natural Resource Management Planning for Climate Change Forum

For providing information and communication technology assistance:

Peter Geddes, Goulburn Broken CMA

Disclaimer: this publication may be of assistance, but the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority and its partners do not guarantee that the publication is without flaw of any kind or is wholly appropriate for your particular purpose and therefore disclaim all liability for any error, loss or other consequence which may arise from you relying on any information in this publication.

The Regional NRM Planning for Climate Change in the Goulburn Broken Region project has been supported by Australian Government funding.