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  • Designing collaborative catchment

    decision-making processes using a

    WaterWheel– reflections from two case

    studies

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    Document Title Designing collaborative catchment decision-making processes

    using a WaterWheel– reflections from two case studies

    Document Number C1205601

    Authors Caroline Fraser, Andrew Fenemor, James Turner, Will Allen,

    Reviewed By Maggie Atkinson, Michelle Rush, Helen Ritchie, Ton Snelder,

    Esther Dijkstra, John Bright

    Approved By John Bright

    Date Issued 19 May 2014

    Project Number C12056

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    Andrew Fenemor

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    James Turner

    AgResearch/Case study leader Mangatarere

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    Fraser, C., Fenemor, A., Turner, J., Allen, W., 2014. The Wheel of Water Research Programme: Designing collaborative catchment decision-making processes using a WaterWheel– reflections from two case studies, MBIE, C1205601. Aqualinc Research Limited.

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    Table of Contents

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ...................................................................................................................... vii

    1 The Wheel of Water Research Programme and Case Studies ........................................................ 1

    1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................ 1

    1.1.1 Context ............................................................................................................................ 1

    1.1.2 Wheel of Water Research Programme ........................................................................... 2

    1.1.3 Methodology for evaluating insights .............................................................................. 2

    1.2 Report structure ...................................................................................................................... 3

    2 The WairaU Valley and Mangatarere Case Studies ........................................................................ 5

    2.1 Case study context .................................................................................................................. 6

    2.1.1 Wairau Valley (Marlborough) ......................................................................................... 6

    2.1.2 Mangatarere (Wairarapa) ............................................................................................... 7

    2.2 Case study Process and Activities ........................................................................................... 9

    2.3 Case study outputs ................................................................................................................ 11

    3 Insights from Case Studies ............................................................................................................ 13

    3.1 Key Insights – Process ........................................................................................................... 13

    3.1.1 Designing and managing a collaborative process ......................................................... 14

    3.1.1.1 Establishing and managing the project team ........................................................... 14

    3.1.1.2 Recruitment and Engagement .................................................................................. 16

    3.1.1.3 Process Design .......................................................................................................... 17

    3.1.1.4 Facilitation ................................................................................................................. 19

    3.1.2 Knowledge sharing and developing a common understanding .................................... 23

    3.1.2.1 Incorporating local knowledge ................................................................................. 23

    3.1.2.2 Communication of technical information ................................................................. 25

    3.1.2.3 Credibility and legitimacy of information ................................................................. 27

    3.1.2.4 Collaborative Modelling ............................................................................................ 28

    3.2 Key Insights – Content Elements........................................................................................... 29

    3.2.1 Understanding stakeholder values ............................................................................... 29

    3.2.2 Scenario development .................................................................................................. 32

    3.2.3 Choosing relevant indicators ........................................................................................ 34

    3.2.4 The WaterWheel diagram as a visualisation and management tool ............................ 38

    4 Summary of Outcomes ................................................................................................................. 43

    4.1 Wairau Valley ........................................................................................................................ 43

    4.1.1 Knowledge gains ........................................................................................................... 43

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    4.1.2 Enhanced community connections ............................................................................... 44

    4.1.3 Collaborative process – awareness and skills ............................................................... 44

    4.2 Mangatarere ......................................................................................................................... 45

    4.2.1 Knowledge gains ........................................................................................................... 45

    4.2.2 Enhanced community connections ............................................................................... 46

    4.2.3 Collaborative process – awareness and skills ............................................................... 46

    4.2.4 Next steps for the Mangatarere Restoration Society ................................................... 47

    5 Discussion and Closing Comments ................................................................................................ 49

    5.1 Insights from overall process ................................................................................................ 49

    5.2 Performance against research objectives ............................................................................. 50

    5.3 Summary of insights and key design elements ..................................................................... 51

    5.4 Closing Comments ................................................................................................................ 53

    5.5 Acknowledgements ............................................................................................................... 54

    6 References .................................................................................................................................... 55

    Figures

    Figure 1: Location of the Wairau Valley case study catchment .............................................................. 6

    Figure 2: Location of the Mangatarere case study catchment ............................................................... 8

    Figure 3: Timeline for the two case studies .......................................................................................... 10

    Figure 4: Wairau Valley systems diagram - showing interactions between water quality and quantity

    and land, economic and socio-cultural components ............................................................................ 12

    Figure 5: S