The Environmental Works and Measures feasibility project was run by the Queensland Department of Environment and Resource Management (DERM) in response to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan's development.
It aims to identify feasible and investment-ready works and measures projects, and to develop business cases that will allow for water savings and remove constraints to achieving environmental outcomes.
JTA worked in an alliance with the RPS Group to harness community knowledge, gain stakeholder participation and support, and identify opportunities for positive engagement between the Commonwealth Government's water buy-back program, and regional communities in Queensland's south west.
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