The Peel-Harvey Catchment Council has recently become its own regional NRM body and have since developed their own Regional Strategy. You can find out more here.
However, the Peel-Harvey catchment was included in SWCC’s Climate Change project and as such the findings can be found below.
Climate change and the catchment
Workshops were conducted across the SW NRM Region between March to June 2014 and explored how community members and NRM professionals define their catchment; what changes they have noticed; and how they believe a changing climate will affect their lifestyles, livelihoods and the landscapes they live in. The full report can be found here. Through the discussions of the workshops, changes to the systems beyond climate change were raised and included in the visual representations found here. It was important to capture the discussion of the whole system and its values.