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  • CCMA Board tour the Gellibrand catchment
    The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA) Board have toured three locations on the Gellibrand River to learn more about ongoing waterway improvement works within the Corangamite region. The CCMA...
  • Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants Now Open!
    The Victorian Government has announced funding of up to $400,000 for the Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants, a new grants program that opened on Thursday 31 May. These...
  • Water for the environment in the upper Barwon
    In a first for the upper Barwon River, water for the environment has been released to give river health and native fish a helping hand. “Water for the environment...
  • Waterwatch and environmental volunteerism, the perfect match!
    Waterwatch has been engaging with community volunteers since 1993. Looking after the environment is one of the many reasons why people become citizen scientists. Lets learn more about environmental...
  • Our team
    Our people The organisation is divided into five teams: Community and Catchment Services – Land and catchment health grants and incentives, volunteer training and support, state and federal Landcare programs, citizen...
  • The “Living Moorabool”
    Workshop notes – Expanding the thinking of a possible future “Living Moorabool”. Artwork by Corrina Eccles. A group of passionate Moorabool River stakeholders gathered in Meredith last week to...
  • Grants and tenders
    The Corangamite CMA funds individuals, landholders, community groups and volunteer environment organisations to implement a range of projects including revegetation, weed control, willow removal, stock exclusion fencing, off-stream watering, sustainable...
  • Calling for expressions of interest for farm water efficiency incentives
    Corangamite Catchment Management Authority is inviting farmers to take up incentives to improve on-farm water management.The incentive program is part of a joint Corangamite CMA, industry, government and community...
  • The Living Moorabool joins the Fluker Post project
    Jemma Harper, Project Officer Strategy & Planning, taking a photo on the new Fluker Post in the Moorabool River Reserve, Dog Rocks Road, Batesford. Friends of the Moorabool River...
  • Community Engagement Network
    Community engagement and participation in natural resource management is key to achieving our vision of “healthy and productive lands and waters cared for by thriving communities”. The Corangamite Community...
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