Lower Blackwood Landholder information Survey

As your local landcare group, it’s important for us to know about our catchment landholders land management priorities and interests, and how those priorities & interests impact on decisions about waterway restoration & management so that we can make sure we’re supporting you in the best way possible. 

Our latest project, a Landholder Value Study, is focusing on landholders with properties on selected catchment waterways. The study consists of two main components, a general demographic survey and a smaller sample group of one to one interviews. The findings will be summarised in a value study report (all information included will be anonymous) with the information from the report to be used to assist the LCDC to better prioritise projects & activities to benefit landholders & the wider environment.

 The first stage of the project, the demographic survey, commenced at the beginning of June 2019, and the full project will wrap up in June 2020 with the release of the report to the catchment community.

If you have been invited to participate in the survey by post but would prefer to complete it electronically then, then you can take the survey here.

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 This project is funded by the Regional Estuaries Initiative (REI), a four-year, $20 million Royalties for Regions program to improve the health of six Western Australian estuaries being delivered in partnership with the Department of Water.