Long-term monitoring framework for Regional Land Partnerships

A long-term monitoring framework supporting the new Regional Lands Partnership is currently under development.

The framework will help monitor and evaluate the impact of Commonwealth investment on four broad areas of ecological outcomes related to: conservation areas (World Heritage and Ramsar) and priority species and ecosystems.

Griffith University has been contracted by the Commonwealth Department of the Environment and Energy (DoEE) to develop the framework and are running a series of expert workshops plus this survey.

It is targeted towards those involved in Landcare projects and/or long-term ecological monitoring programs. Feedback on survey results will be available via a factsheet circulated via social media, or direct from Griffith University contacts listed on the survey form.

To contribute to this process please take the online survey – link at the button below. It takes about 10-15 minutes. The more people who contribute to the survey the better informed the framework will be so I encourage you to share the link with relevant members of your team.

Click here to complete the survey.

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