Healthy and productive lands and waters cared for and enjoyed by thriving communities
Foundations for change
The four Foundations for change
• Increased breadth and depth of participation
• Increased investment and development of joint priorities
• Improved integration and coordination
• Increased and widely shared knowledge
Increased breadth and depth of participation
Participation in the protection, enhancement and restoration of natural resources by landholders, community, industry and agencies has increased.
Natural resource management partnerships have grown and existing partnerships are adequately supported.
Increased investment and development of joint priorities
The aggregate investment to protect, enhance and restore the region’s natural resources has increased.
Joint priorities for investment in the protection of natural resources are identified and pursued.
Natural resource management programs and projects respect and protect Aboriginal cultural values.
Improved integration and coordination
Natural resource management partnerships have matured and the region’s partners are working collaboratively to achieve effective integrated catchment management.
Investment is targeted to the protection of high value natural resources with feasible and cost effective solutions.
Increased and widely shared knowledge
Knowledge of the region’s natural resources and how to protect, restore and enhance them has increased, resulting in improved practices.
The connection of Traditional Owners to land is respected and planning and activities are informed by their skills and knowledge.
Improved knowledge of the impacts of climate change is used to review the objectives and actions to protect natural resources.