Subregional Plans (Mallee Woodlands, Ranges and Cross-border Creeks, Dunes and Flats, Volcanic Plains and Southern Dunes) identify local values and priorities and set out an action plan that can be used by a range of organisations and groups working in landscape management.
In preparing the Subregional Plans the Board sought to understand community values about landscape management in each subregion and what drives and threatens our landscapes. Information was gathered through surveys, meetings and forums, and then brought together into community workshops in mid-2017 where we discussed the future of our landscapes and what actions to take.
The Subregional Plans for our region were adopted by the former SE NRM Board in 2018.
Putting plans into action
In May 2018, almost 100 community members got together with Board members and staff, to develop key actions into projects for funding through the levy. Projects include:
- supporting landholders in best practice soil management
- targeted control of pest species and increased compliance
- supporting landholders to protect and establish native vegetation
- protecting habitat for coastal birds; and protecting water quality for public water supply, wetlands and primary production.
Work on a number of the first round of projects has taken place and in January 2019 a public forum was held in each subregion to report on progress, and then again in September 2019 to celebrate our shared achievements.
The September 2019 public forums updated Citizen Science activity and NLP achievements from the Board and we worked together to create a list of project ideas for 2019-20 levy investment.
Click below for information on each subregion and to view subregional plans
Dunes and Flats
Ranges and Cross Border Creeks
Volcanic Plains and Southern Dunes