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Leigh Catchment Group Strategy Draft - open for comments

LCG STRAT PLAN DRAFT IMAGEThis Leigh Catchment Group Strategy establishes the long-term direction and identifies priority actions for the protection and enhancement of natural and community resources within the Leigh Catchment Group area.
The process includes:
  • Review of existing catchment information and data, Incorporating identified sub-catchment management areas (LCAP 2008 – 2013),
  • Incorporating identified and described catchment assets/values and threats within the sub-catchments (LCAP 2008 – 2013),
  • Development of NRM actions required to address threats within the sub-catchments (LCAP 2008 –2013),
  • Preparation of Draft Leigh Catchment Group Strategic Plan 2017 - 2023 document,
  • Review of the draft Strategic Plan by LCG network Landcare groups, members, landholders and other stakeholders, (excluding the data from the previous LCG Action Plan 2008 – 2013)
  • Review of stakeholder feedback and finalisation of Leigh Catchment Group Strategic Plan 2017 – 2023.
The Strategy Working Group - Andrea Mason, Nick McKinley, Jane Bevelander and Leigh Catchment Group (LCG) Board invites your comments on the draft Strategic Plan by COB Friday November 17.

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Working together to achieve sustainable ecosystems, agriculture and communities.

The Leigh Catchment Group (LCG) is a network of eight Landcare groups in the Corangamite region of South West Victoria. For over 20 years Landcare Groups in our network have been bringing all members of the community together to maintain, protect and repair the fragile environment in our landscape.
 
Our Landcare Groups and landowners have and continue to deliver numerous projects on farmland, urban, public land, and small semi-rural properties. The results show that landholders, working together with the community and with the support of government initatives we can delivery significant and manageable habitiat change

In total, our network covers an area of 890 square kilometres, within the catchments of the Yarrowee and Leigh Rivers. The Leigh Catchment contains a diverse range of topograhic features from gently undulating hills, wide valleys and river flats, to steep escarpments and rocky gorges.

Our catchments supports areas of significant remnant native vegetation including forests, woodlands, grasslands and weltlands which provide important fauna habitat values.
 
We encourage all members of the community to become involved in our groups activities, to help us reach our vision of "Working together to achieve sustainable ecosystems, agriculture and communities". 
 
 

 

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