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  • Ramsar Grants Program 2019-20
    Applications close 5pm, Monday 12th August 2019. Port Phillip Bay (Western Shoreline) and Bellarine Peninsula Ramsar Site The Corangamite CMA in partnership with the Victorian Government is funding up...
  • Current projects
    On-Farm Water Efficiency Our Catchments Our Communities – Victorian Government A joint Corangamite CMA, industry, government and community stakeholder partnership will lead the Protecting the Environment via On-farm Water...
  • Ramsar wetlands
    Ramsar is an international agreement for the protection of wetlands of international significance. Within our catchment we have two RAMSAR areas – the Western District Lakes Complex and the...
  • 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...
  • Women on Farms workshops for rural women
    If you look around at agricultural field days, you’ll be most likely met by a sea of men and very few women. This is despite the fact that 50...
  • Positive response to farming resilience workshop
    A workshop focusing on the “people part” of farming gets the thumbs up. A group of 20 people at a Building Personal and Rural Community Resilience workshop the Corangamite...
  • Protecting remnant vegetation
    The Conservation and Carbon Capture Project is a conservation incentive program funded through the Australian Government and coordinated by the Corangamite CMA. The program supports land managers to undertake...
  • Curdies River estuary fish rescue
    In early July, the Curdies River estuary closed, much like many of the estuaries in southwest Victoria. In response to rising water levels in the river, Parks Victoria and...
  • What do cultural heritage and floodplain management have in common?
    This is just one of the questions the Floodplain Statutory Functions team explored during their visit with Traditional Elder Uncle Bryon from the Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation and his niece Stephanie. Uncle...
  • Estuary research on the Otway coast
    Scientists from the University of Melbourne and the Australian Rivers Institute are conducting research on artificial estuary openings in the Corangamite region. The estuaries found along the coastline of...
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