News - Revegetation & Restoration Projects

Zappy happy at Carlisle River

17 April 2018

Dr Ty Matthews shows some of the younger participants the morning catch Last Friday (13th April) farmers and community members from along the Gellibrand River are being treated to an electrofishing...

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Funding boost for Corangamite Landcare Groups

16 December 2017

Corangamite environment groups will receive $191,000 in funding as part of the Victorian Government’s $1.93 million Landcare Grants program. The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority distribute...

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Minister Neville launches the Living Moorabool project

29 November 2017

Bruce Harwood, Mayor, City of Greater Geelong, Alice Knight, Chair, Corangamite Catchment Management Authority, Jo Plummer, Chair, Barwon Water, Lisa Neville, Victorian Water Minister, Byron Powell, Chair,...

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A flood of relief

22 November 2017

Corangamite CMA have been busy these past few months, preparing for vital waterway restoration work along the Barongarook Creek in Colac. This is part of the Victorian and federal government's 'natural...

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Farmer to custodian

30 October 2017

Bob Swinburn, a farmer on the shoreline of the Ramsar listed Lake Connewarre, born on a place with international significance, has created an oasis for the plants and animals over his lifetime. In this...

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Corangamite Landcare scoops the pool

8 September 2017

Happy Landcare Week! It has been a very happy week for Landcare across the region, with four trophies scooped up at the 2017 Victorian Landcare Awards. On the first day of spring, Landcarers from around...

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Victorian Volcanic Plains Biodiversity Grants

5 September 2017

 The Corangamite CMA Victorian Volcanic Plains Biodiversity Grants have funded many interesting projects over the last two years. One recent example is the Beeac Primary School who developed the...

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Staying SANE for 30 years

5 September 2017

SANE (Surfers Appreciating Natural Environment) seeks to protect and restore the reserves natural beauty and that of the surrounding bushland of the iconic Bells Beach. Unfortunately 50 years of...

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Looking after Orange-bellied Parrots, with drones

14 July 2017

In September 2012, the Corangamite CMA on behalf of four CMA regions across Victoria managed the Saltmarsh Protection Project aimed at protecting and enhancing the ecological value of Victorian coastal...

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Critters in the Otways

12 July 2017

A bandicoot captured by the Corangamite CMA's motion sensor cameras in the Otways In partnership with landholders, the Corangamite CMA run a program called the Conservation Tender Program. Conservation...

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