Natural Resource Management Plan - Central West Region

The Central West Local Land Services Natural Resource Management (NRM) Plan outlines the specific natural resource management long and intermediate-term outcomes and priority actions for the Central West region over the next five years 2021-2026.

The NRM Plan will seek to identify priorities with the aim to conserve and restore the natural and cultural assets of the Central West region. The actions are designed based on the best available knowledge and will be defined, and aligned with the community values of our stakeholders.

The plan is currently set out under four healthy landscapesthemes of - Terrestrial Ecosystems, Aquatic Ecosystems, Soil and Land and Significant Species

It is also supported by overarching engagement themes which work side by side to ensure effective implementation of the plan and include: Empowering Aboriginal Land Managers to Care for Country, Maximising Potential Market Opportunities, Driving Practice Change, and Fostering Partnerships.

Each theme plays an important role, and we have created sections for you to find out more about each one below.

The identified outcomes priority actions will be developed through several stages including:

  • Extensive review of existing literature and regionally specific data
  • Alignment with relevant Local Land Services strategic documents and the Australian Governments Regional Land Partnerships services agreement
  • Thorough community consultation

We invite you to assist us by reviewing the outcomes and actions and sharing local values and aspirations which will help us in delivering upon the outcomes of the region together.

PLEASE CLICK THE INTERACTIVE IMAGE BELOW TO BE TAKEN TO THE CONSULTATION PAGE OF EACH RELEVANT THEME

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