Integrated Catchment Management

Stakeholder issues survey 2000 - results

Most people thought most of the questions were of some importance, with 16 of the 37 questions considered to be of high importance. The following research issues were regarded as most important for resource management in the Motueka River catchment:

Of least importance to the majority of respondents were community and applied research issues, in particular iwi and traditional wisdom concerns and coastal sediment issues (although these were important to the three respondents with iwi and marine industry interests).

Table 1. Summary of results

Table of survey results