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Each year the CMA invests millions of dollars in natural resource management projects, which are implemented in partnership with hundreds of landholders, agencies and community groups.
If you are one of the many individuals or groups currently carrying out a project with support from the CMA, the following resources may be of interest to you.
For more information on the resources provided below please contact your local CMA office.
When applying to access funding through the CMA to complete a project, a specific contract or agreement is required, depending on the sort of project you are undertaking.
The Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority encourages landholders undertaking revegetation works to use local provenance tubestock.
The CMA encourages clients to engage Aboriginal Land Management Teams across the Hunter-Central Rivers region to assist with the implementation of on-ground projects.
In order for you to be paid for delivering project milestones it is important that you provide certain paperwork to the CMA.
An important part of implementing a natural resource project is monitoring and reporting on its outcomes so that we can show how public funding has been invested and also demonstrate the benefits, and lessons learnt, from the project.
The CMA is committed to the health, safety and welfare of all its employees, contractors, volunteers and visitors to our workplaces. The CMA requires all grant recipients to undertake a risk assessment while working on any CMA project.