THE CORANGAMITE CMA IS INVITING THE COMMUNITY TO ASSIST IN REVERSING PLATYPUS POPULATION DECLINE

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA) supports WaterWatch Victoria in a joint partnership with ODONATA to help reverse platypus decline in Victoria. Community members are invited to participate in one of the most significant citizen scientist projects...

CCMA LAUNCHES $1.5M DUNECARE INITIATIVE TO TURN THE TIDE ON OUR SHIFTING SANDS

The Australian Government’s Bellarine and Great Ocean Road Dunecare Project is a $1.5M commitment to conserving coastal sand dune native flora and fauna habitat at risk of erosion on coastal Crown Land between St Leonards and Marengo. The Coastal Management Grants...

AGENCIES ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO ALLEVIATE FLOODING IMPACTS ON BIRREGURRA-FORREST ROAD

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is working with Barwon Water, Colac Otway Shire and Department of Transport to mitigate the impacts of localised flooding downstream of the Upper Barwon, including the closure of Birregurra-Forrest Road and some...
THANK-YOU AND FAREWELL SHIRLEY WIDDOWS

THANK-YOU AND FAREWELL SHIRLEY WIDDOWS

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 time with us, Shirley has done an outstanding job keeping our staff organised,...

VICTORIAN LANDCARE FACILITATOR PROGRAM – APPLICATIONS OPEN

VICTORIAN LANDCARE FACILITATOR PROGRAM – APPLICATIONS OPEN

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 under the 2021-24 Victorian Landcare Facilitator Program. Landcare and...

CCMA LAUNCHES NEW GRADUATE PROGRAM

CCMA LAUNCHES NEW GRADUATE PROGRAM

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 the past eight months, so when our six Graduates started in October, it...