Yoorrooyang Dawang Joint Planning Guidelines: for preparation of management plans for conservation reserves under the Ord final agreement
Hill, Rosemary, Miriuwung-Gajerrong , People, Hill , Desmond, Moncrieff, Daryl, Goodson, Scott, and Bullen, Laurina (2009) Yoorrooyang Dawang Joint Planning Guidelines: for preparation of management plans for conservation reserves under the Ord final agreement. Manual. CSIRO, http://www.csiro.au/resources/Yoorrooyang-Dawang-Joint-Planning-Guidelines.html.
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The Yoorrooyang Dawang Joint Planning Guidelines (YD JPG) are the second stage of an innovative process of planning for joint management of the conservation estate between Traditional Owners and the Western Australian Government, arising out of the Ord Final Agreement (OFA). The first stage of the process, the Miriuwung-Gajerrong Cultural Planning Framework, was publicly released in late 2008. These YD JPG replace the Interim Guidelines for the Preparation of Management Plans for Terrestrial Conservation Reserves (known herein as the Western Australian Government Planning Guidelines WAGPG) as the foundation platform for development of Management Plans for the joint managed conservation parks under the OFA. The YD JPG are presented in three sections. The introductory section describes how the idea for the YD JPG developed as an outcome of the new arrangements for conservation parks under the Ord Final Agreement, and includes a description of the methods used to prepare the guidelines. The second section documents the combined overall approach to joint management, and records the issues discussed by the Dawang3 (traditional owners) for each park during preparation of the YD JPG. The third section provides the core content of the joint planning guidelines organised on a thematic basis. The YD JPG will be best understood if read in conjunction with both the Interim Guidelines, and the Miriuwung-Gajerrong Cultural Planning Framework. A Technical Report on the MG CPF5 is also available, which documents the processes and outcomes associated with the Cultural Planning Framework.The YD JPG was adopted at a joint sitting between the Conservation Commission of Western Australia (CCWA) and the Yoorrooyang Dawang Regional Park Council (YD RPC) on 29 September 2009 in Kununurra. The processes to reach agreement on the final content are described in the next section.
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