Policy context

Catchment-wide collaboration workshops for land health and biodiversity are being held in October 2022

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The Regional Catchment Strategy is a requirement under Victorian Government legislation (the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994). Each CMA must prepare a strategy for the region and coordinate and monitor its implementation. They are updated every 6 years and co-developed with the community, including Registered Aboriginal Parties, before being endorsed by CMA Boards and the relevant Victorian Government Ministers.

In addition to meeting the requirements of the Act, the strategy also supports and contributes to a range of legislative and policy frameworks from a local to international scale. Some of the key local, regional, state, national and international plans that the strategy contributes to are highlighted below.

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