September 30, 2022

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is hosting a Curdies River Community Forum and invites all interested community members and stakeholders to come and hear the latest research on the health of the Curdies River.

The Corangamite CMA will host a panel featuring researchers, community, industry and Landcare representatives.

Corangamite CMA will provide context to the history of management in the Curdies River catchment and Deakin University researchers will present their latest understanding of nutrient enrichment in the river and what is causing recurrent blue-green algae blooms.

Community members will be invited to ask questions and share their knowledge to help inform the research and future recommendations for the Curdies River.

Saturday October 8th,
10am – 12pm
Peterborough Community Hall
Macs St, Peterborough

Community members and stakeholders who wish to attend are asked to please register via the CCMA website: Curdies River Community Forum - Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (

Corangamite CMA CEO John Riddiford says, “The Community Forum will be an opportunity for agencies to share the latest research from the Curdies River, and give community representatives the opportunity to raise concerns and ask questions of the community and the experts.

“Anyone with an interest in the Curdies River catchment include Scott’s and Cooriemungle Creeks are encouraged to come along and hear the latest news and developments, as well as to contribute to the discussion.”

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