A vision for the Sarina Catchment Area:
The Sarina Catchment Area is an economically viable region, which is ecologically sustainable and well regarded as a healthy place to live and work
(SICMA Strategy, 2001)
As an incorporated association, SLCMA is guided by an elected, voluntary management committee. The management committee is elected at the Annual General Meeting, approximately September each year.
The SLCMA management committee consists of a Chairperson, Vice-chair, Secretary, Treasurer and may have up to two other general management committee members.
Objects of the Association
Like all incorporated associations, SLCMA is guided by Rules of Association lodged with the Office of Fair Trading. These rules include the Objects of the Association.
The objects of Sarina Landcare Catchment Management Association are:
a) To promote a strategic and integrated approach to natural resource management and biodiversity conservation in the Sarina Catchment Area.
b) To foster coordination and cooperation between land managers, community groups, industry and government agencies in their natural resource management activities.
c) To promote understanding and awareness of the interactions and relationships between the natural systems and resources of the catchment.
d) To identify and prioritise natural resource management issues within the Sarina Catchment Area.
e) To prepare, coordinate and implement priority action plans identified in the Sarina ICM Strategy.
f) To promote sustainable solutions and actions through strong community, industry and government partnerships in catchment management strategies.
g) To provide a forum for community and government discussion on natural resource and catchment management issues.
SLCMA’s objectives are to:
- Provide a forum for discussion on Natural Resource and Catchment Management issues.
- Promote sustainable solutions to Natural Resource Management (NRM) issues through strong community, industry and government partnerships.
- Prepare and implement priority action plans.