Publication Date

1-9-2002

DPIRD Collections

Animal production and livestock, Natural resources

Series Number

9/2002

Publisher

Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

Abstract

Ways to identity and reconcile opportunities tor different land uses while protecting biologically sensitive areas were researched within the Western Australian rangeland from1995 to 2000. The research was undertaken within a framework of community-based regional planning and was underpinned by policies of ecological sustainable development.The research and community structures arising from the work were collectively named the Rangeways project. The purpose was to resolve land use problems through a structural approach to land use planning and the development of processes rather than to devise 'The Plan'.

Number of Pages

81

Keywords

North eastern goldfields region (W.A.), Community involvement, Land use, Land use planning, Western Australia, Rangelands, Environmental management, Range management, Land management, Sustainability.

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