The Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management (AMLR NRM) Plan is developed by the AMLR NRM Board in partnership with the community and key stakeholders. It provides leadership, encourages community action and fosters valuable partnerships for better managing the region's natural resources.
The plan includes long-term goals and targets for the condition of natural resources in the region. The board's investment priorities are defined over a three-year period and are delivered through a range of strategic actions.
The regional NRM plan (until 1 July 2014)
VOLUME A State of the region report 2008
VOLUME B Ten year plan for the region 2008
VOLUME C The board's investment plan
VOLUME D Regulatory and policy framework
Addendum | In respect of the relevant authority for 127(3)(d) as shown on Table 1 in Volume D the relevant authority is the board and not the Minister as stated.
The regional NRM plan (from 1 July 2014)
The Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation has adopted this new plan which becomes operational from 1 July 2014.
The new plan is made up of two volumes:
Developing the plan
These documents supported the development of this new plan:
Reviewing the plan
The business and operational plan must be reviewed at least once every three years. The overall plan is reviewed at least every 10 years.