Mataranka Water Advisory Committee
The Mataranka Water Advisory Committee was formed by the Minister for Environment and Natural Resources.
It provides advice and recommendations to the department on the development of a Water Allocation Plan for the Tindall Limestone Aquifer, Mataranka.
The committee will inform and be advised by the community regarding issues relevant to the aquifer.
The committee's role is to:
- identify issues
- critically evaluate information
- offer suggestions for water management strategies that support the beneficial uses of the water resource and
- maximise opportunities for sustainable development in the region.
Review the committee's terms of reference .
Read the minutes from the committee meetings.
|Dr Rebecca Mohr-Bell||Independent Chair|
|Vacant||Member||Agriculture - irrigated horticulture|
|Mr Mark Hansen||Proxy||Agriculture - irrigated forestry|
|Vacant||Member||Agriculture - pastoral|
|Ms Clair O'Brien||Member||Agriculture - pastoral and cultural uses|
|Ms Sarah Kerin||Member||Environment and cultural uses (NT Parks)|
|Mr David Ciaravolo||Member||Cultural uses - recreational fishing industry|
|Vacant||Member||Environment - ecological values|
|Ms Sharon Hillen||Member||Cultural and public water supply - remote communities|
|Mr Vin Lange (proxy Mr Rick Fletcher)||Member||Agriculture - irrigated horticulture and Aboriginal economic development uses|
|Ms Joceylyn James||Member||Cultural - Aboriginal and Aboriginal economic development uses|
|Ms Kerry Roberts||Member||Cultural - Aboriginal and Aboriginal economic development uses|
|Ms Helena Lardy||Member||Cultural - Aboriginal and Aboriginal economic development uses|
|Mr Ben Lewis||Proxy||Cultural - Aboriginal and Aboriginal economic development uses|
|Vacant||New member||Petroleum activity|
Last updated: 08 October 2020
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