Expressions of Interest are being sought from community members, forest user groups, Traditional Owners, and industry representatives keen to provide advice and input into two proposed VMFRP sites in north central Victoria.
Expressions of interest are sought from interested community members, forest user groups, Traditional Owners, and industry representatives to participate in two separate VMFRP Stakeholder Advisory Groups.
Victoria’s effort to restore and protect nine areas of high-value Murray River floodplain will prioritise community engagement and consultation, as it moves into the formal environmental assessment process.
Victorian Planning Minister Richard Wynne has advised the two east Victorian Murray Floodplain Restoration Projects – at Gunbower National Park and Guttrum and Benwell state forests – to submit comprehensive environmental reports as part of their next stage.
The VMFRP has been formally advised of the outcomes of the environmental referrals process for each of the nine projects.
We held an online community information session on 29 October 2020 to discuss the projects planned for Nyah-Vinifera Park under the Victorian Murray Floodplain Restoration Project. Nine community members attended and generously shared their time to learn more about the projects and ask questions about a range of topics.
The presentation given at the meeting is available here.
A summary of questions and answers from the meeting is available here.
Thank you to everyone who took part in this information session, asked questions and shared their thoughts and feedback with us.
We will be ramping up our community consultation and talking to more people, more often throughout the remainder of this year and in 2021.
If you would like to know more, or would like to register your interest in upcoming community consultations, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A response to common community questions for the Guttrum-Benwell site has been released.
Find out what’s been happening at Nyah-Vinifera Park in the latest project update.
Referrals for all nine projects have now been submitted to the Victorian Government and the Commonwealth Government. The referrals outline key details of the projects, as well as how any environmental impacts will be managed while achieving significant ecological benefits.