This report reviews practices of community engagement, capacity building and partnering in 6 community-based integrated catchment management (ICM) projects, with a focus on what is working well, challenges and lessons learnt. Leadership, planning, communication strategies, and identification of existing community resources were critical. ‘Adopt a site’ strategies provided regular opportunities for residents to connect with and become involved in caring for their local area.
- Citation: Scott, K (2007) Engaging Urban Communities: Six case studies of Auckland community-based restoration projects. Landcare Research Contract Report LC0607/113, prepared for NZ Landcare Trust, Hamilton.
- Creator: Scott, K
- Language: English
- Publisher: Not published
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