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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...
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...
“We are the Ngarigo Monero people, ‘our people have always been connected to the coastline as well as the mountains’. Our continual connection to places, sites and stories is caring...
“As Gunaikurnai, we see our land (Wurruk), waters (Yarnda), air (Watpootjan) and every living thing as one. All things come from Wurruk, Yarnda and Watpootjan and they are the spiritual...
Bidwell is a First Nation with 27 Ancestors still subject to ongoing research and development with clans, maps and language. Bidwell country covers south-east of Australia including coastal rivers and...
The climate in Australia, and globally, has changed and is continuing to change at an increasing rate. The Bureau of Meteorology’s State of the Climate Report for 2020 indicated that...
An integrated planning framework The Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) is the primary integrated planning framework in each of the ten CMA regions of Victoria. This Regional Catchment Strategy (2021‐2027), the...
Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting
RCS Monitoring and Reporting The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority is responsible for monitoring and reporting on the implementation of the RCS. Under section 19B of the Catchment and Land Protection...