The Woady Yaloak Catchment Group has set four desired outcomes, against which they measure progress:
- Viable businesses, defined by:
- diversity of productive pursuits
- increased profitability by landholders
- infrastructure investment.
- A strong community capable of managing change, which involves:
- inclusive processes to engage the community
- landholders with small and large holdings supporting each other to take positive action
- leadership arising from within the catchment
- partnerships with Government and other organisations
- a spread of lifestyles with choices about their future.
- A natural environment that nurtures business viability and that works within the capacity of the catchment. This is seen by:
- enterprises conducted on land suitable and capable of sustaining the practice
- minimisation of 'off site' impacts from enterprise
- natural systems established that support biodiversity that in turn has a positive impact on business pursuits.
- Protection and enhancement of the flora and fauna, to achieve:
- a net gain of important flora and fauna in the catchment
- reduce impact on flora and fauna from pest plants and animals and agricultural actions.