Welcome to the electronic version of the Native Fish Strategy Annual Implementation Report 2005–2006. This report, the third of its kind, details the significant achievements made toward achieving the objectives of the Native Fish Strategy (NFS) during 2005–2006. The NFS is a long-term plan to rehabilitate the Murray-Darling Basin's native fish populations and communities.
The report provides background to the NFS, details the progress made under each driving action, and summarises the roles, responsibilities and achievements of the groups that support the implementation of the NFS. The report also includes a summary of progress made in South Australia, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and Victoria, as well as by the Community Stakeholder Group.
Despite being still in the early stages of implementation of the NFS, significant progress has been made. The commitment and dedication of the many stakeholders in the NFS as evidenced by this report provides great promise for its continued successful implementation and the rehabilitation of native fish in the Murray-Darling Basin.
If you would like to obtain a hard copy of this report, please contact the MDBC on (02) 6279 0100.
Published by the Murray-Darling Basin Commission Postal address: GPO Box 409, Canberra ACT 2601 Office location: 51 Allara Street, Canberra City ACT Telephone: (02) 6279 0100, international + 61 2 6279 0100 Facsimile: (02) 6248 8053, international + 61 2 6248 8053 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: http://www.mdbc.gov.au
For further information contact the Murray-Darling Basin Commission office on (02) 6279 0100
This report may be cited as: Murray-Darling Basin Commission Native Fish Strategy 2005–2006 Annual Implementation Report
MDBC Publication No. 25/07
ISBN 1 921257 35 0
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