Regional Catchment Strategies are a requirement under Part 4, Division 1 of the Catchment and Land Protection Act (1994). The Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy has been renewed in line with approved Guidelines that were provided by the Victorian Catchment Management Council.
Welcome and foreword from the Chairman on behalf of the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority’s Board, Staff, Partners and the Community.
A key part of the renewal process is the need to align with a range of policies, strategies and legislations that are relevant to the management of land and water. Click on the link above to access information relating to this.
The Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy has been developed and will be delivered in conjunction with a range of partners, click on the above link to access information regarding the various partners involved.
The delivery of the strategy will be monitored and reported against a state-wide outcomes framework that will ensure consistency and continuity of reporting across its life. Meaningful indicators will provide the basis of monitoring, evaluation and reporting against actions implemented in the strategy’s delivery. The above link provides access to this.
The foundations of change recognise that the community is the single most important agent of change in natural resource management. This RCS has identified four key elements that will provide the foundations for developing and implementing the detailed actions needed to deliver the desired outcomes.