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Land and Biodiversity Strategies

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The Biodiversity Strategy for the Goulburn Broken Catchment 2016-2021 builds on three previous versions prepared over the past 20 years. This 2016 version factors in reviews of previous strategies, current regional drivers of change, and regional, state and national government policies and strategies.

The strategy identifies initiatives under five-year strategic directions for achieving a 15-year vision. The strategy informs the Goulburn Broken CMA’s and partners’ annual investment plans, and is a reference point for adapting management to changed circumstances.

This update provides a more explicit framework for applying resilience thinking, including a systems-approach and adaptive management, and identifies priorities across various scales. It also provides flexibility for stakeholders to interpret, implement and review strategic initiatives, recognising that a variety of actions can contribute.

As with other Goulburn Broken CMA RCS sub-strategies, this Biodiversity Strategy was prepared with partners and the community. Click here to view the Strategy.

The Goulburn Broken Land Health Strategy 2017 - 2020 is a supporting sub-strategy for the Goulburn Broken RCS 2013-2019. It defines land health and outlines strategic priorities and associated actions to guide land health activities that contribute to selected priorities for the RCS. To view the Strategy click here.

The Goulburn Broken Invasive Plants and Animals Strategy sets the direction for invasive plants and animals investment and management in the Goulburn Broken Catchment. To learn more click here.