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    Established by the Victorian Government to provide a blueprint for natural resource management (NRM) at a regional level, the Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) has become much more. The RCS considers...
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  • Landscape 7 – Riverina Lower Ovens
    Vision Thriving communities, biodiversity and agriculture supported by healthy and sustainable waterways, wetlands and groundwater systems Introduction Bordered by the Murray River, this riverine plain area supports a variety of...
  • Landscape 8 – Foothills – mid Ovens and King
    Vision Healthy river systems and connected native vegetation thriving alongside productive agriculture and recreation Introduction This area is similar to the Central Mountain Valley, with a combination of both mountain...
  • Monitoring and reporting
    The North East CMA is responsible for monitoring and reporting on the RCS. Under section 19B of the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994, the North East CMA is also...
  • Strategy development
    The renewal of the North East RCS has been led by the North East CMA, in partnership with Traditional Owners/First Nations Peoples, regional NRM agencies and Landcare. We have used...
  • Strategy implementation
    The focus on the RCS does not stop once the strategy is updated, with implementation planned for between 2021-27. An implementation plan will be developed following the approval of the...
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  • This strategy
    This section is a series of pages providing a summary of the strategy, background on development and our plans for implementation and monitoring. It also provides a context around the...
  • Landscape 5 – Central Mountain Valley
    Vision Sustainable land management and recreation thriving alongside healthy forested mountains and waterways Introduction A combination of mountain landscapes – usually public land – and cleared valley floors, utilised mainly...
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