This project involves regular community monitoring of water quality parameters, particularly salinity, along the Belubula River and Mandagery Creek and the waterways that flow into these rivers. This project is helping to identify salinity ‘hot spots’ with help from groups such as Landcare, individuals, schools and other community groups.
To enhance the wetland values of Lake Cargelligo, the local community and the Lachlan CMA are developing the Lake Cargelligo Environmental Management Plan.
The project aims to engage the local Onerwal Aboriginal community in natural and cultural resource management issues on "Flakene Creek" Boorowa.
Implementing Carp control strategies in the Lachlan catchment and raising community awareness.
Supporting new & existing Landcare groups/individuals, to achieve increased participation in Natural Resource Management.
Creating community engagement to establish small clusters of paddock trees and develop biodiversity conservation plans to identify revegetation sites for future investments.
This project assists in the efficient delivery of environmental water through setting priorities based on important ecological, cultural and social values. The wetlands selected as priority for delivery of environmental water include those recognised as nationally and regionally important, providing good examples of wetland types associated with lowland rivers.
Protecting the intact wetland areas and streams of the the Upper Lachlan which are under threat from erosion.
Protecting, enhancing and increasing the amount of native vegetation in the Conimbla (near Cowra), Dananbilla (near Young) and the Condobolin focus landscape areas.
This program is designed to train land managers to be leaders in their communities, build partnerships and contribute to regional natural resource management planning and initiatives.
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