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CORANGAMITE CMA AND THE COLAC OTWAY SHIRE PARTNER TOGETHER TO MAINTAIN OLD BEECHY RAIL TRAIL

26 February 2021

Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA) has partnered with Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) and Colac Otway Shire (COS) to create 12 new jobs as part of the Working for Victoria Initiative. The...

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THANK-YOU AND FAREWELL SHIRLEY WIDDOWS

25 February 2021

This week we said thank-you and farewell to a Corangamite CMA living legend. Shirley Widdows has worked with us for over 15 years and is hanging up her hat to enter retirement. During her...

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VICTORIA’S CMAS CONTINUE TO GET THE JOB DONE

15 February 2021

For over two decades, Victoria’s CMAs (Catchment Management Authorities) have delivered land, water and biodiversity programs that not only protect and enhance landscapes but support thriving communities. The...

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VICTORIAN LANDCARE FACILITATOR PROGRAM – APPLICATIONS OPEN

5 February 2021

Bushland Knob Reserve, Stratford looking North West. Applications for funding are now open for Landcare and environmental volunteering groups and networks that want to employ a Landcare facilitator...

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CCMA LAUNCHES NEW GRADUATE PROGRAM

5 February 2021

CEO John Riddiford and Senior Management Team meet University Graduates Starting a Graduate position is challenging at the best of times, let alone amid COIVD-19 We have been working remotely for...

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CALLING ALL LANDHOLDERS ALONG THE UPPER BARWON RIVER

28 January 2021

Barwon River Corangamite CMA is looking to design approaches to protect the Barwon River and are seeking to engage, in the first instance, the landholders along the Upper Barwon section of the river....

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STAYING SAFE ON THE BARWON THROUGH GEELONG THIS SUMMER

22 January 2021

Barwon River through Geelong The Barwon River in Geelong is one of our greatest natural assets. Sections of the River still retain many of the natural habitat values in the stream side and channel...

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WE’RE LEADING THE RENEWAL OF THE REGIONAL CATCHMENT STRATEGY

21 January 2021

The Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) defines a long-term vision and outcomes for land, water and biodiversity management within the Corangamite Region. Credit: Lachlan Manly The Catchment Management...

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INTERESTED IN A PHD IN WATER RESEARCH?

18 January 2021

PhD Scholarship Preferred Start date: Semester 1 | 8 March 2021 PDFDownload The Living Moorabool: Evaluating the effects of Human-driving change on River Health As Australia and the world...

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CCMA LAUNCHES AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT’S ‘COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT GRANTS PROGRAM’

17 November 2020

Credt: @Deano.the_wanderer (Instagram handle) The Community Environment Grants Program being delivered as part of the Wild Otways Initiative is a $1 million investment to support the delivery of projects...

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