The Community Change Program is available to communities within the Riverina and Murray Joint Organisation footprint. Developed by Team Resilience, and funded by a Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network Empowering Communities grant, the program is a free community coaching program aiming to provide real help across Australia.
The Riverina and Murray Joint Organisation and Riverina Eastern Regional Organisation of Councils (REROC) are working together on delivering the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Regional Capacity Building Program on Contaminated Land Management.
The Biodiversity Offset Scheme (BOS) applies to development and activity that will impact threatened species, endangered ecological communities, or their habitats. These impacts are regulated under the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 (NSW).
This map provides a snapshot overview of the Regional Infrastructure Priorities across RAMJO’s 82,000 square kilometres. Map marker locations and project details are subject to revision and will be updated as required.
The Southern Lights Street Lighting project is a collaborative initiative involving 42 Councils across the Canberra Region Joint Organisation, Central NSW Joint Organisation, RAMJO Joint Organisation, REROC and including Broken Hill, Balranald and Wentworth Councils.
The Riverina and Murray Joint Organisation has two regional waste groups that work with 13 Councils across the region. The Riverina Waste Group and Murray Waste Group have a number of current projects underway primarily funded by the NSW Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) through initiatives such as the Waste Less, Recycle More and Community Recycling Centres.