Changes to NRM Group Boundaries
The South East Natural Resources Management Board (SE NRM Board) has changed the number of NRM Groups from three to two. This change has been made to reflect the new structure of district management in the South East.
There are now two NRM Groups: an Upper South East (USE) and a Lower South East (LSE).
Click here to view a map outlining the boundaries between the two groups.
What are NRM Groups?
The South East Natural Resources Management (SE NRM) Board links to their unique communities through NRM Groups.
These NRM Groups facilitate information and knowledge transfer about their particular areas directly to the Board. Likewise they can keep their local communities informed about NRM management in their area. They assist the Board by monitoring, coordinating and undertaking specific functions involved in the implementation and development of regional NRM programs and plans. This two-way information transfer allows for a consistent strategic approach for the region as a whole.
NRM Group members reside within their geographic group area and are often engaged in activities relating to land management. They have a demonstrated understanding of the NRM issues specific to their particular area plus appropriate skills, knowledge and experience to add value to the Boards activities.