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  • Monitoring and reporting
    The Catchment and Land Protection (CaLP) Act 1994 requires CMAs to identify procedures for monitoring the implementation of their Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS). To improve alignment with State policy and...
  • Partners
    There are many organisations involved in natural resource management in the north central region. The North Central CMA develops the RCS on behalf of the region, to focus investment and...
  • Strategy development
    RCS Guidelines issued by the Victorian Catchment Management Council guide RCS development. The guidelines for this RCS: Put a greater emphasis on integration of climate change and Traditional Owner priorities....
  • Barapa Barapa and Wamba Wemba
    Introduction Barapa Barapa and Wamba Wemba are two independent Nations with Traditional lands on both sides of the Murray River. When this RCS was being developed, there were several groups...
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