Our One Goal
Every community member inspired and empowered to actively contribute to improved land, river and biodiversity health.
To protect and restore our land and water resources, encourage the sustainable development of natural resource-based industries and conserve our natural and cultural heritage we will,
* Facilitate the development of a healthy environment
* Encourage sustainable economic use of natural resources
* Reduce our ecological footprint
* Implement sustainable landscape planning principles
* Develop cohesive innovative communities
* Develop partnerships between community and government.
Our Underlying Principles
We have embraced the following principles for effective integrated catchment management.
Community empowerment through involvement in planning and implementation of natural resource management programs.
Integrated management recognising the linkages between land and water processes and their impact on sustainable resource management.
Targeted investment to ensure resources are used to address regional priorities and deliver maximum on-ground benefits.
Accountability to Government and the community, as partners, for service delivery, program outcomes and financial management.
Administrative efficiency to ensure program delivery.
CaLP Act Statement of obligations
Corangamite CMA's functions are governed by a range of legislated requirements. These requirements are detailed in legislation including the CaLP Act.
Water Act 1989 Statement of obligations
Corangamite CMA's functions are governed by a range of legislated requirements. These requirements are detailed in legislation including the Water Act 1989.