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Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Strategy

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Actions and Effort - Embed the resilience approach

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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: Update and develop strategies


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Case Studies

Review and update existing strategic documents and sub-strategies and create new ones according to need. Convert strategic plans to action plans that have meaning at the local level (WS)

Goulburn Broken CMA Biodiversity Strategy 2015-2020

Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network Strategic Plan

Strathbogie Ranges Planning through Bogies and Beyond - Workshop notes attached.

Support community groups to develop their own strategies in light of larger ones e.g. RCS

Strategic priority: Plan at social-ecological system scale



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Case Studies

Develop an adaptive planning process for social-ecological systems to build and enhance their resilience   New strategies to manage and monitor roadside native vegetation (balance between environment and safety) (WS)

Strathbogie Ranges Roadside Management Plan

Bogies and Beyond planning recognsied 5 critical attributes: water, native vegetation, landscape diversity, belonging and production values.  Thresholds for each are being explored.

Build more of an understanding of resilience theory amongst agency staff and key stakeholders (WS)
  Develop community based processes for understanding, measuring and planning NRM activities (WS)  

"Safer Together' fire plan being developed by DELWP with community, CFA and GB CMA

GB CMA EOI Process online

Citizen science project: Tree Storey; Growback or dieback?

Water project: 3B: Bores, Bogs and Barriers.

Strategic priority: Provide adaptive management and leadership



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Case Studies

Build community and agency capacity to respond together to drivers of change

Education in schools so that we continue to develop a generation of concerned agriculturalists and environmentalists (WS)

UGLN are working with schools to develop generational understanding of NRM (WS)

Strathbogie Ranges CMN new landholder days where community leaders are informing new and small landholders about NRM practices.

Community Network leaders continue to be supported through forums such as Land and Biodiversity Implementation Forum (LaBIF)

To build community leaders with support from agencies so that local people can make changes locally (WS)
Education, training and leadership program for community NRM volunteers and staff (WS)
Research resilience knowledge gaps to inform decision making based on thresholds and tipping points Ensure that a well-planned and coordinated monitoring approach is in place in order to learn and apply learning’s  Citizen science projects are monitoring tree health, bores (water table depth) and Greater Glider distribution and abundance.