UPDATE ON THE CURDIES RIVER

In April 2022 a blue green algae bloom commenced in the Curdies River. DELWP and partner agencies, the EPA, Wannon Water and the Corangamite CMA are aware of the ongoing toxic blue green algae (BGA) bloom and acknowledge that the incident is impacting members of the...

LAUNCHING KITJARRA-DJA-BUL BULLARTO LANGI-UT

This week saw the Fyansford Common come alive with a Welcome to Country, smoking ceremony and Wadawurrung storytelling, as the Kitjarra-dja-bul Bullarto langi-ut- Place of many stories project and masterplan development was launched. Kitjarra-dja-bul Bullarto...

UPCYCLED HABITAT BOOST FOR THE BARWON RIVER

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority began installing logs and root balls into the Barwon River last week with the support of fishing conservation movement, OzFish Unlimited, to boost fish habitat in the area. As part of the Australian Governments’ Fisheries...
UPDATE ON THE CURDIES RIVER

UPDATE ON THE CURDIES RIVER

In April 2022 a blue green algae bloom commenced in the Curdies River. DELWP and partner agencies, the EPA, Wannon Water and the Corangamite CMA are aware of the ongoing toxic blue green algae (BGA) bloom and acknowledge that the incident is impacting members of the...

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS LEADING CHARGE TO PROTECT COASTAL DUNES

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS LEADING CHARGE TO PROTECT COASTAL DUNES

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority’s ‘Dunecare Secondary Schools Program’ has partnered with local secondary schools to promote coastal environmental education, with a central focus on dune ecosystems. Schools involved include St Ignatius College, Oberon...

RAMPING UP RIVER ACCESS

RAMPING UP RIVER ACCESS

From left to right: Lisa Neville MP, Member for Geelong Christine Couzens MP, Member for South Barwon Darren Cheeseman MP and Fiona Cumming Acting CCMA Chair. This week Minister for Water Lisa Neville MP announced the opening of four new multi-use & accessible...