Introduction

Southern Gulf NRM is the natural resource management (NRM) organisation for the Southern Gulf region of north west Queensland. We work with our partners and the community to protect our region’s natural resources and maintain the prosperity of industries and communities that rely on these. The region comprises all the land whose creeks and rivers run into the south of the Gulf of Carpentaria.

For more information see our website or find us on Facebook.

We focus on the priorities identified in the Southern Gulf Natural Resource Management (NRM) Plan.  We gather and share information and broker funds from government, business and the community for collaborative on-ground projects on improving grazing systems, managing pests and weeds, reducing erosion, repairing waterways and restoring degraded habitats, and the provision of natural resource management information and advice for the community.

Your feedback in this survey will help us focus on regional community priorities and improve our community participation methods.

This short survey will likely take 5-10 minutes of your time. Your answers will be strictly confidential.
 
We hope you will take this opportunity to help Southern Gulf NRM become a better organisation.  

Kind Regards

Andrew Maclean
Chief Executive Officer


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* 1. Which of the following categories best describe your main activities or interests?  Select up to two choices.

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* 2. How do you rate the importance of the following Natural Resource Management issues in the Southern Gulf region?

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Rivers and streams
Agricultural land management (cropping and improved pastures)
Fire Management
Drought management
Sustainable fisheries
Coasts and coastal wetlands
Grazing Land Management
Soil conservation
Building regional community capacity for natural resource management
Climate Change
Water resource management and irrigation development
Feral Pest Management
Indigenous heritage
Biodiversity Conservation
Weed Management

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* 3. Please identify which of the following approaches you believe are most valuable for encouraging the Southern Gulf community to participate in NRM projects and adopt sustainable practices?

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* 4. Please rate the importance of the following activities undertaken by Southern Gulf NRM

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Develop and implement natural resource projects
Provide printed and on-line information and natural resource management
Support producers and communities with grant funding to undertake natural resource management activities and events
Support Indigenous communities to participate in natural resource management
Monitor and report on the condition of natural resources of the Southern Gulf region
Organise workshops and training to build community knowledge and skills
Collaborate in research projects relevant to natural resource management
Build partnerships within the region to support and coordinate natural resource management projects

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* 5. How would you like to be involved in NRM projects in the Southern Gulf region?

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* 6. Please select your preferred methods of receiving Natural Resource Management information.

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* 7. What do you want to see Southern Gulf NRM achieve within the region over the next 5 years?

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* 8. Please rate your overall satisfaction with the way Southern Gulf NRM has provided information or worked with you on Natural Resource Management activities

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* 9. Please provide any additional comments you may have in relation to natural resource management and/or the work of Southern Gulf NRM

Thank you for your help.  You have finished the survey and your input will provide valuable insights to help improve Southern Gulf NRM’s contribution to the region.

Kind Regards

Andrew Maclean
Chief Executive Officer
Southern Gulf NRM

To learn more about Southern Gulf NRM and our natural resource management programs, please click on the links below.

www.southerngulf.com.au

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