LAG Zagorje-Sutla operates in the Krapina-Zagorje County, includes a total of 11 local governments (Pregrada, Klanjec, Zabok, Sveti Križ Začretje, Krapinske Toplice, Kraljevec na Sutli, Hum na Sutli, Desinić, Kumrovec, Tuhelj, Zagorska Sela). Sustainable development of rural areas and sectoral cooperation and networking of local stakeholders in the public, civil and economic sectors are one of the most important principles of the LEADER approach and the goal of establishing Local Action Groups.
LAG Sava is a partnership of representatives of the public, economic and civil sector of a certain rural area, which was established with the intention of developing and implementing a local development strategy in that area, and whose members can be natural and legal persons. The LAG works on LEADER access mechanisms. The LEADER approach aims to promote rural development through local initiatives and partnerships. It operates in the Zagreb County, includes 11 local self-government units (Jastrebarsko, Samobor, Sveta Nedjelja, Zaprešić, Brdovec, Dubravica, Klinča Sela, Luka, Marija Gorica, Pušća, Stupnik).
LAG Prigorje - Zagorje
LAG Prigorje – Zagorje was established with the task of developing and implementing a local development strategy of the area which includes 11 local governments from 3 counties: Varaždin (town of Novi Marof and municipalities Breznica, Visoko, Breznički Hum, Ljubešćica), Krapina – Zagorje (municipalities Budinščina, Hrašćina and Konjščina) and Koprivnica-Križevci (municipalities of Gornja Rijeka, Kalnik and Sveti Petar Orehovec). The goal of the association is the sustainable rural development of the area in which it operates, respecting the interests of its members, representatives of the public, civil and economic sectors.
LAG Zeleni bregi
LAG Zeleni bregi is an association that brings together citizens, local governments, civil society organizations, private sector organizations and other forms of organization to promote sustainable rural development and promote initiatives and interests relevant to the development of the area in which it operates. The association operates in the area of 18 local self-government units from the Krapina-Zagorje County (town: Donja Stubica, Krapina, Oroslavje and Zlatar, municipalities: Bedekovčina, Đurmanec, Gornja Stubica, Jesenje, Lobor, Mače, Marija Bistrica, Mihovljan, Novi Golubovec, Petrovsko , Radoboj, Stubičke Toplice, Veliko Trgovišće and Zlatar Bistrica) and 4 units from the Zagreb County (city: Sveti Ivan Zelina, municipalities: Bedenica, Bistra and Jakovlje).
LAG Međimurski doli i bregi
LAG Međimurski doli i bregi is an association based on the principles of LEADER principles that brings together citizens, local governments, civil society organizations, economic sector organizations and other forms of organization with the purpose of: promoting sustainable rural development, establishing partnerships of all sectors and connecting all development activities and projects in the area where the LAG was established and the implementation of the local development strategy. The area covered by the LAG includes local self-government units: Belica, Domašinec, Gornji Mihaljevec, Mala Subotica, Mursko Središće, Nedelišće, Podturen, Pribislavec, Selnica, Strahoninec, Sveti Juraj na Bregu, Sveti Martin na Muri, Šenkovec, Štrigova and Vratišinec. LAG Međimurski doli i bregi is the northernmost Croatian LAG located in Međimurje between the rivers Mura and Drava.
LAG Mura-Drava includes 9 units of local self-government in Međimurje and Koprivnica-Križevci counties: the City of Prelog and Lower Međimurje municipalities Orehovica, Goričan, Donji Kraljevec, Sveta Marija, Donji Vidovec, Donja Dubrava, Kotoriba and Legrad in Koprivnica-Križevci County. The main goal of the LAG is the sustainable development of the entire area, which is achieved by implementing a local development strategy, which is a basic strategic document and determines the guidelines for future development, and is based on the specifics of a particular rural area. LAG Mura-Drava in its membership brings together representatives of the public sector, businessmen, family farms and associations from the LAG.