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    1997 - 2019 Malpas Catchment Coordinator

    Funds: $20,000 per annum

    Source: Armidale Regional Council

    Members began the Malpas Catchment Project in 1997 to improve natural resource management, sustainable and profitable landuse, and water quality in the Malpas and Guyra Dams and Macleay River Catchment. Since then, the project has seen a long-term comittment for support from Armdidale Regional Council to support a part time role to support the Malpas Catchment Group, and activities within the catchment.

    These dams are the water supply for Armidale city, and the water quality in them is of high importance to the broader community. Malpas catchment lies at the top of the Macleay River Catchment, which flows eastwards over the Great Dividing Range escarpment and into the Pacific Ocean, supplying habitat and fresh water to many communities along the way.

    Members and the local community, in particular local graziers, continue to work toward the objectives of the Malpas Community Catchment and Environmental Management Plan.

    For more information, contact Rachel Lawrence.

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