Geocatch has worked with the community and its partners over the past 20 years to improve and protect the natural resources of the Geographe catchment.
As GeoCatch celebrates 20 years of working in the Geographe catchment, we are thinking about our future and setting a foundation for the next 20 years. GeoCatch is reviewing the Geographe Catchment Management Strategy and is seeking the views of the community to help develop a new strategy for the catchment that reflects the current values and concerns across the community.
We appreciate you taking the time to answer the following questions, which will help us determine future priorities for ensuring a healthy and sustainable future for the Geographe catchment.

VALUES AND ASSETS

The following list describes some of the key values of the Geographe catchment, followed by a description of the assets that highlight that value.
Please let us know how important each value is to you by selecting a number between 1 and 4 from the corresponding drop down box - 1 being very important , 4 being not as important.

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* 9. Other? (please describe another value)

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* 10. Which locality do you live closet to?

MANAGEMENT ISSUES

The following issues have been identified as being relevant to managing the natural resources of the Geographe catchment, under the six key themes of water, land, biodiversity, marine and coast, people and climate. How important are the following issues to you?
Please let us know how important each issue is to you by selecting a number between 1 and 4 from the corresponding dropdown box - 1 being very important , 4 being not as important
Water
Land
Biodiversity
People
Climate
COMMUNITY IN THE CATCHMENT

One of GeoCatch’s key roles is engaging with the community, fostering partnerships and raising awareness about protecting the environment of the Geographe catchment. We would like to know how you have been involved in the Geographe catchment, and how GeoCatch can continue to work with the community into the future.

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* 23. How are you involved with GeoCatch or the Geographe catchment? (Tick those that apply)

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* 24. How can GeoCatch involve the Geographe community in managing the natural resources of the Geographe catchment into the future? (tick your top four)

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* 25. What are your concerns about protecting the natural resources of the Geographe catchment?

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* 26. What work should GeoCatch be focusing on in the future to ensure a healthy and sustainable environment?

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* 27. By completing this survey, you will go into a draw to win a family pass to the Busselton Jetty's Underwater Observatory. We will require your name, email address or phone number in order to notify you if you win.

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* 28. Would you like to join our mailing list to receive GeoCatch invites and updates?




Thankyou for taking the time to complete this survey; your views are important to us.


More information is available at www.geocatch.asn.au
A: 72 Duchess Street, Busselton | P: 97810111 | E: geocatch@dwer.wa.gov.au

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