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Have your say on regional biodiversity planning: book now

Posted on 13 February, 2020 by Ivan

Here is a great opportunity to be part of the conversation about land, water and biodiversity in your area, the Regional Round Tables. Join the North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) at one of their 2020 roundtable sessions to have your say about what you value in the region. This year’s roundtables focus on renewing the CMA’s 2021-2027 Regional Catchment Strategy and DELWP’s Regional Biodiversity Response Planning. They give the community a unique opportunity to have input directly into these important plans.

There are four sessions in North Central Victoria during March 2020, so please save the dates and attend if you can:

  • Tuesday 17 March: Harcourt Leisure Centre Hall.
  • Thursday 19 March: Kerang Memorial Hall.
  • Tuesday 24 March: Charlton Memorial Hall.
  • Thursday 26 March: Inglewood Football Pavilion.

All sessions are from 6.00 – 8.30 pm with meal available at 5.30 pm.

To book your seat at the table: click here 

The round table event will allow community members to nominate their important biodiversity assets (photo by North Central CMA)

 

More about this event, from the North Central CMA website:

Tell us about your local area, what you value and where we should focus our efforts on land, water and biodiversity management. Each year the North Central CMA engages our regional communities to talk about natural resource management through a series of regional roundtable meetings. This year we will be co-hosting with DELWP. The roundtables will focus on renewing our Regional Catchment Strategy for 2021-2027 and Biodiversity Response Planning for the region. Each roundtable will run from 6 pm to 8.30 pm with a meal available from 5.30 pm. For more information contact North Central CMA Project Manager, Nina Cunningham on nina.cunningham@nccma.vic.gov.au

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