Developing online tools for increased landholder collaboration in landscape scale conservation and production

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2017
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2017-09-25
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This research is part of a two-year project that aims to develop models and tools for incentivising on-ground collaboration on cross-property conservation and production activities. The focus of the study is the NSW Central Tablelands and Central West, particularly the areas around Mudgee-Rylstone and Cowra-Boorowa. The project involves: - Social analysis to identify types of activities and organisational structures that foster collaboration - Spatial analysis to determine how these activities could be linked strategically to deliver landscape-scale impacts outcomes -The development of an online GIS-based tool for use by landholders and other stakeholders in identifying opportunities for collaboration.
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