Regional Reserves Climate Resilience

Collaborative regional reserve management for climate resilience – a Community of Practice

Develop and support a collaboration / project that moves toward a more connected, regional approach to managing and restoring native vegetation and other natural assets such as wetlands, rivers and parks.

DELWP regional staff are keen to work with a range of land managers and practitioners (including, for example, Trust for Nature, Greening Australia, Western Port Biosphere, Greening the West, and others) to set up a pilot regional collaboration project.

 

Themes and Local Areas

Primary Theme:Climate change
Other Themes:Native vegetation, Communities
Primary Local Area:All Local Areas
Other Local Areas:
Project location:Melbourne reserve network
Scale of the project:Landscape – multiple sites across the region
New or continuing work:New

Project partners

Lead organisation:Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (Greater Melbourne region)
Key partners:A range of partners are sought
Registered Aboriginal Party/s relevant to the project or its area:Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation,
Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Cultural Heritage Aboriginal Corporation, Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation

Investment opportunities

Opportunities for investors within this project start from:$ (Thousands of dollars)
Estimated scale of investment for full project implementation:$$ (Tens of thousands of dollars)
Estimated timeframe for full project implementation:2-10 years

Contribution toward targets

Primary Regional Catchment Strategy target:Climate change adaptation – Government, organisations, communities and individuals have responded effectively to the challenges of climate change, minimising the negative impacts on ecological, social and economic well-being.
Relevant Biodiversity 2037 goal:Support people take action for nature
Relevant National Landcare Program priority:Soil/biodiversity – Projects bringing together groups to collate/update information to produce spatially explicit data for natural resource management at regional level

More information

DELWP Regional Climate Change Adaptation Team