One example of a successful management strategy in Australia in place is in Warragamba Dam. In this dam the management strategies are very rigorous. In order to control the contamination of their water they undertake pest control, erosion control so that sediments do not flow into the river and also hazard reduction burns to ensure that if there is a bushfire the ash does not settle into the water. They also provide education for farmers on issues like this to prevent the contamination of their water which flows into the dam. Another way they help the farmers is by providing grants to build fences and water troughs to result in less germs from the animals in water and less sediments from erosion. By doing these things they are not only protecting their water but also the farming water, which then flows down into the dam.