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  • Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands Stewardship Program
    The Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands Stewardship Program aims to protect critically endangered Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands on the Victorian Volcanic Plain that remain on private land. Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands on the Victorian...
  • How can we help you?
    I recently had the pleasure of joining one of our fantastic staff, Jess Lill, on a farm visit that highlighted just how the CCMA works with farmers in our region...
  • 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 volunteering...
  • Corangamite Landcare scoops the pool
    Happy Landcare Week! It has been a very happy week for Landcare across the region, with four trophies scooped up at the 2017 Victorian Landcare Awards. On the first day...
  • 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 organised...
  • Diversity the key to soil health
    Nerissa Lovric (Agriculture Victoria) discussing soil profiles at Werneth Diversity was the key word when thinking of the biological health of our soils at a series of soil field days...
  • Landcare
    What is Landcare? Landcare is a national community volunteer program aiming to improve land, water and environment. The Corangamite Landcare Program has eleven Landcare networks and locally-based Landcare Facilitators. There...
  • THANK YOU TO LOCAL LANDCARERS
    The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority is recognising and celebrating the outstanding work of local Landcare groups and volunteers who care for the environment on behalf of their communities through their...
  • THE BARWON HEADS AND OCEAN GROVE COMMUNITY WILL PLAY A VITAL ROLE IN PROTECTING THE BARWON ESTUARY
    The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA) is excited to announce it is re launching ‘The Barwon Estuary Monitoring Project’. The re launch comes as a result of strong community interest...
  • 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 Engagement...
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