Watere*Progress rating is an indictaive qualitative assessment, these wil be further refined through data analysis, stakeholder and community consultation.
Strategic priority: Reinforce relationships between agencies and industry
|Define roles and reslationships with regional delivery partners||Provide 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
|Undertake works on public land and Crown land frontages to improve waterways and wetlands||Promote ongoing relationships between public land managers and other stakeholders (WS||Strathbogie 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 management||Investigate 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.|