Water 1: jump in…again

The government is conducting another in its series of Engage Victoria consultations, this one being on the North Central Regional Catchment Strategy 2021-27. Readers may have picked up a touch of cynicism in FOBIF’s approach to these surveys, which we find seriously lacking in attention to detail. In particular, they operate in a kind of vacuum which takes no account of previous work in the area. What, for example, was achieved by the 2013-9 strategy? Or the one before that? Or the numerous other heavy documents on water in the last 20 years? [see our posts here and here]

Reports and strategies keep piling up. What have they achieved?

But hope springs eternal. We suggest you have a go.

The survey can be found here. There will be a regional round table community consultation at Harcourt Leisure Centre hall on Tuesday 17 March from 6.00 to 8,30 pm with a meal available from 5.30 pm. Book here.

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