National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality and Natural Heritage Trust program 2003-2009 Final Report
The National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality (NAP) and the extended Natural Heritage Trust (NHT) were delivered over a seven year period between 2002 and 2009. Funding was delivered regionally via the six Regional NRM groups and across the State through state-wide priority projects and a strategic reserves process.
This report provides a comprehensive look at how and why NAP and NHT funds were allocated and spent, the overall strategic impact of the spending, key findings and learning's from the programs and case studies into 13 of the funded projects.
Maps associated with this report show the areas of land within each of the State's six NRM regions that were impacted upon by NAP and NHT funded activities.
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