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Institutional Frameworks

Institutional frameworks are all about how resources and information flow between people in a social structure; think of the flow of information between a Landcare Coordinator and landholders, NRM organisations and government, researchers and extension staff, in fact, how anyone involved in natural resource management talks to anyone else in this sphere. In the natural resource management domain they are the mix of formal and informal procedures and structures found in the public and private sector. Procedures include the range of policies and strategies, laws, codes of conduct and administrative rules that inform and guide institutional and personal activities. Structures comprise the assortment of public and private sector committees, groups, forums, bodies, workshops and other ways in which people organise themselves.

 


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