CNS: NRM Partnerships for Knowledge Sharing

Establish cooperative partnerships between NRM stakeholders to share knowledge and resources.

Why it is important?

Partnerships can increase opportunities, motivation and capacity of individual groups and people. Making the most of local knowledge and sharing between groups (eg. community groups, councils, schools) is an effective way to build capacity and skills and increase the impact of groups.

Examples of Local Action

Hold workshops (eg. water quality training) to share specialist skills between groups or have combined workshops with external presenters.
Share equipment to support weed control, planting and maintenance on private land.

Local Landscape:


Regional Theme:

Sustainable Industries