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Protecting Our Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands

9 September 2020

Reduced by 1% due to European settlement, the “Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands Project”, launched by The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority, will improve the condition of these woodlands. The...

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Private landholders to help protect endangered Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands

9 September 2020

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority is calling for expressions of interest from private landholders with Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands of the Victorian Volcanic Plains who want to protect and enhance...

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Important notice – coronavirus (COVID-19)

23 March 2020

In light of the current and rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, we will be continuing the operation of our services and delivery of our programs where possible however will be restricting...

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John Riddiford to lead Corangamite Catchment Management Authority

3 September 2019

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is pleased to announce the appointment of John Riddiford as Chief Executive Officer. Corangamite CMA Chair Alice Knight believes the appointment...

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Christmas greetings from the Corangamite CMA

12 December 2018

Dear CCMA Friends and Partners, Thanks to you and our wonderful team at the CCMA, 2018 has been a big year. Some of our highlights have been: Increased participation in our on-ground works programs,...

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Christmas greetings

15 December 2017

2017 has been a big year! Some of our highlights have been: Wiyn-murrup yangarramela project held its second cultural burn.40 schools participating in the River Detectives programCompletion of...

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Celebrating 20 years of the Corangamite CMA

20 November 2017

20 years ago the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority was established and since then we, along with the hard work of our volunteers, have achieved spectacular things for the regions land, water...

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The anticipation of spring

22 August 2017

As the days grow longer and the temperature begins to rise, likewise does our anticipation for spring. It's that time of year when we dust off our binoculars and clean our camera lenses in preparation...

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