Regional Catchment Strategy

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Glenelg Hopkins CMA carries out its activities through the implementation of a Regional Catchment Strategy.

The Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) is the key planning document that will set regional priorities for the future management of natural resources across the Glenelg Hopkins region.

The RCS aims to provide focus, coordination and direction for all natural resource management. As a community organisation we understand the importance of ensuring that everyone in the community has a chance to contribute, we are therefore working closely with the community and key partner organisations in the natural resource management field.

The Glenelg Hopkins Regional Catchment Strategy 2013-2019 was gazetted on May 16, 2013.

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