Help shape the North Central Regional Catchment Strategy for 2021-27
Posted on 1 October, 2020 by Frances
North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is leading the renewal of the Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) for 2021-27. The RCS is an important planning document for land, water, and biodiversity management. The renewal of the RCS is a great opportunity, to think about current and emerging challenges, and decide where to focus our efforts, to make a difference.
Earlier in 2020, after Regional Roundtable workshops were canceled due to COVID-19, the CMA asked the regional community to provide input to RCS renewal via an online survey and interactive map on their Engage Victoria webpage. The information provided through the survey and map has informed development of RCS discussion papers and a revision of RCS Local Areas, which will form the basis of the new RCS.
Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, they have just launched another round of online community engagement. This time they’re asking:
- For feedback on the discussion papers.
- About land, water and biodiversity management priorities.
All the details, including a summary of discussion papers, can be found on the Engage Victoria webpage – click here
You can choose one or more of the following ways to participate:
- Join their online workshop at 7 – 9 pm on Thursday 8 October 2020. To register via Eventbrite and receive the link to join – click here
- Log on to the Engage Victoria website. To provide feedback on the RCS discussion papers via survey form, or join the online discussion about local areas – click here
Your local knowledge, priorities and ideas can help shape this new RCS.
For further information please contact Nina Cunningham at North Central CMA (email@example.com).