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  • Home
    Welcome to the Regional Catchment Strategy The Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) provides a vision for the integrated management of natural resources across East Gippsland.  The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority...
  • Protecting the Best
    Overview Protect the Best is focused on maintaining the condition of the relatively undisturbed landscape in East Gippsland. It features large tracts of continuous native vegetation communities and ecosystems of...
  • Have your say
    We are asking you to share your local knowledge, priorities and ideas to help contribute to the development of the RCS. This is our catchment and we all have a say...
  • This Strategy
    An integrated planning framework The Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) is the primary integrated planning framework in each of the ten CMA regions of Victoria. The next suite of Regional Catchment...
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  • Partners
    Within the East Gippsland region, natural resource management is undertaken as a partnership between government agencies and the community.  The size of the region, its large areas of remote and...
  • Alpine Peaks
    Overview The Alpine Peaks local area within the East Gippsland Catchment Management Region comprises the upper catchments of the Mitchell, Nicholson and Tambo rivers. It is bounded to the north...
  • Red Gum Plains
    Overview The Gippsland Red Gum Plains extend from near Traralgon and the Latrobe Valley in the west, to Bairnsdale in the east (refer to map). The northern boundary of the...
  • Gippsland Lakes
    Overview The Gippsland Lakes form a large estuarine system, which extends between Sale in the west and Lakes Entrance in the east. The lake system is listed under the Ramsar...
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