Calling All NRM Colleagues!

Here’s your chance to have a say in the final stages of updating the natural resource management (NRM) strategy for the Northern Agricultural Region (NAR)!

This round, we focus on the draft vision and goal statements under each of the eight NRM themes identified during the previous rounds of consultation – Aboriginal Custodianship, Biodiversity Conservation, Climate Change, Coastal & Marine, Community Capacity, Invasive Species, Sustainable Agriculture and Water. To proceed directly to the online survey and get started, click here.

The current regional NRM strategy, known as NARvis, was produced in 2015 after consultation with a wide range of organisations and individuals. It is based on the original regional NRM strategy developed in 2005 to reflect the results of a very comprehensive community consultation process. We are currently updating the regional NRM strategy to ensure that it continues to meet the  NAR community’s needs and expectations.

As a valued NRM stakeholder of the NAR, we ask you to participate in the online survey, reviewing draft new vision and goal statements under each of the eight themes.  The survey contains a Draft Vision Statement and 3-5 Draft 2030 Goal Statements under each theme. The statements are short and there is no requirement to complete all sections. Feel free to skip sections outside of your area of expertise or interest and use the navigation questions to jump directly to the section/s you are most interested in. Your answers will be kept confidential. Any reporting of results will not provide information that could be attributed to you or your organisation.

To get started with the survey, click here.

The survey will remain open until Monday, 12 April 2021.

To learn more about how the draft vision and goal statements were developed, visit our NARvis page.

For more information on this process, contact our NARvis Project Officer Amanda Bourne at or by calling (08) 9938 0100.

Amanda Bourne – NARvis Project Officer

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