Community Engagement Advisory Groups

Community Engagement Advisory Groups across our catchment provide advice and feedback on the challenges and opportunities for natural resource management.

About Community Engagement Advisory Groups

 The Goulburn Broken CMA uses existing and new community engagement structures to support the delivery of the three Goulburn Broken CMA Programs plus a 'Whole of Catchment' community forum to advise Board/CEO/Management (at agreed periods during the year). The three CMA delivery Programs are:

A range of community engagement structures are adopted by each Goulburn Broken CMA Program to meet its programs and/or project needs:

  • High-level coordination/reference groups
  • Program advisory groups
  • Project steering groups (including working groups)
  • Other (Landcare Groups/Conservation Management Networks)

To maximise the engagement of the communities within the catchment the Groups may form, with input from Management, working groups to assist in the development of sub-catchment strategies identifying priorities and program directions.

 

Community Engagement Advisory Groups Information