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Community-Owned Catchment Management. Kate Akers. The role & value of community ownership. What is community ownership? Why aim for it?. Achieving community ownership. Gaining trust, gaining ownership. 9 KEY STAGES. 1. Spark of fire 2. Leadership development

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The role value of community ownership
The role & value of community ownership

  • What is community ownership?

  • Why aim for it?


Achieving community ownership
Achieving community ownership

Gaining trust, gaining ownership


9 KEY STAGES

1. Spark of fire

2. Leadership development

3. Common knowledge platform

4. Collective vision

5. Assess interventions

6. Implementing change

7. Monitoring progress

8. Reviewing approach

9. Ongoing action


Stage 1 spark of fire
Stage 1Spark of Fire

1a) An issue arises

1b) Meeting to discus the issue and gain common understanding of various views and history of the issue


Stage 2 developing community leadership
Stage 2Developing community leadership

  • Community meetings to determine leadership


Stage 3 common knowledge platform
Stage 3Common knowledge platform

  • Survey to develop a ‘before shot’ of the community’s values, attitudes, aspirations and current practice.

  • Gather info on the current state of the environment.

  • Technical presentation on the issue.


Stage 4 collective vision
Stage 4Collective vision

  • Decide on collective vision


Stage 5 assess interventions
Stage 5Assess Interventions

  • Research how this vision can be achieved.

  • Develop an action plan.


Stage 6 implementing change
Stage 6Implementing change

  • Support on farm

  • Celebrating success


Stage 7 monitoring progress
Stage 7Monitoring progress

  • Survey


Stage 8 reviewing approach
Stage 8Reviewing approach

  • Environmental review

  • Revisiting vision and action plan


Stage 9 ongoing action
Stage 9Ongoing action

  • Keeping up the momentum


7 key enablers
7 Key Enablers

  • Community Champion

  • Strong environmental bottom lines

  • Independent facilitation

  • Technical support

  • Adequate time

  • Communications plan

  • Resourcing


Community owned catchment management 9 key stages
Community-Owned Catchment Management9 KEY STAGES

1. Spark of fire

2. Developing community leadership

3. Common knowledge platform

4. Collective vision

5. Assess interventions

6. Implementing change

7. Monitoring progress

8. Reviewing approach

9. Ongoing action


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