- Have Recreational Motorists recognised, represented and respected with all National and State/Territory and Public & Private Volunteer Project Managers
- For ARMA to become a key influencer in Public Land Management decisions?? that may affect any Recreational Motorist’s pursuits.
- Develop strategies that will encourage ARMA Members to be involved.
- Create a Committee, representative of each State and Territory
- Create additional Committees in each State/Territory that can better represent that State/Territory’s unique National, State or Local appropriate volunteer opportunities
- State/Territory committees to work towards generating MOUs with all suitably relevant Volunteer Organisations in their State/Territory
- Build meaningful relationships between the State/Territory Committees and respective Indigenous Councils/Communities where volunteer work projects are relevant
- Work with Public Land Owners to develop policies and volunteer opportunities that will maintain access to public lands where the alternative would be to have them closed off.
- Portfolio Committee to be made up of:
Chairman Vice-Chairman Up to 5 other members
It would be preferable to have the committee represented by each State, therefore the Chairman will endeavour to fill the positions with members from each State/Territory.
- State/Territory Committees to consist of:
Chairman Vice-Chairman At least 1 more member
Chairman and V-Chairman to determine how many committee members they want
- State/Territory committees to put in place MOUs with their respective Public Land Owners, to include National Parks, State Forestry (where they are a separate entity) State representation for Crown Lands and any other key Public Land Owner in their State/Territory
- State/Territory committee to designate one or two members to represent ARMA in dealings with Indigenous Councils, Groups and Communities, as well as their State/Territory department for Indigenous Affairs
- Portfolio Committee to compile multiple future Volunteering opportunities with strategies to ensure public lands remain open to our members
- Portfolio Committee to maintain a register of organisation contacts of completed volunteer projects for future reference details.
- Portfolio Committee established by 31 Dec 2020
- Individual State/Territory Committes established by 30 June 2021
- Have MOUs in place with each State/Territory Parks and Wildlife by 31 Dec 2021
- Have established relationships with at least one Aboriginal Council per state/Territory by 31 Dec 2021
Clean up Australia
Bush Users Group United (BUGYU)
Tending the Tracks Alliance (TTTa)
Rangelands NRM (rangelandswa.com.au)
YMAC Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation
DBCA Parks and Wildlife In all States