Glen Innes Natural Resources Advisory Committee
The Glen Innes Natural Resources Advisory Committee (GLENRAC) was formed on 22nd June 1989 by a group of people interested in land management and land conservation issues in the local area. GLENRAC became an incorporated body in 1992.
GLENRAC celebrated 25 years of service to the community of Glen Innes in 2014.
In 2015 GLENRAC was awarded the Fairfax Media Landcare Community Group award for NSW and is the NSW entry for this catergory at the National Landcare Awards to be held in September 2016.
GLENRAC has a vision to provide solutions for a sustainable and productive landscape.
Our mission is to initiate and coordinate action for landholders and the community to manage and maintain the natural resource base of the the Glen Innes region for the improvement of both the social and productive environment.
GLENRAC's priorities are-
1. Sustaining Land
2. Managing Water
3. Achieving Balance
4. Extending GLENRAC's performance
5. Working Forward
To find out more about GLENRAC's priorities, goals and strategics for action, take a look at the GLENRAC Strategic Plan 2015 -2020 under Publications->Resources->Organisational Documents.
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