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  • Women in regenerative farming
    Discussing the visual soil assessment technique with Nerissa Lovric from Agriculture Victoria World Rural Women’s Day was established by the United Nations to recognise the critical role and contribution...
  • Filming and photography
    The Barwon River through Geelong is a film-friendly location while balancing amenity for community and river users. The information on this page relates to commercial filming, including television, feature...
  • Ecological zones
    Terrestrial zones The Corangamite CMA has five bioregions which are characterised by their unique flora, soil, climate and geology. Each bio-region is comprised of smaller sub sections called Ecological...
  • Wadawurrung celebration of Water and Culture at Dog Rocks, Batesford
    To combat dry conditions and improve river health and habitat for native fish platypus and other species, Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation (Wadawurrung) and Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CMA) welcome an...
  • The next generation of EstuaryWatchers
    It is always encouraging to hear about EstuaryWatchers inviting friends and family to attend EstuaryWatch monitoring.  It is particularly exciting to hear tales of the younger generation trying their hand at...
  • Victoria leads the way in supporting citizen scientists
    Waterwatch and EstuaryWatch are leading the way in supporting citizen scientists to participate in monitoring of their local waterways.The Waterwatch and EstuaryWatch programs recently published their latest Annual Achievements...
  • Current projects
    Dewing Creek Restoration Works Dewing Creek is a tributary of the Barwon River near the town of Barwon Downs. This project was undertaken in partnership with Upper Barwon Landcare...
  • Rain, bale or shine….it’s time to read Farm Talk
    We are pleased to announce the release of the second edition of Farm Talk. Farm Talk provides an opportunity to showcase the fantastic and innovative work land managers are...
  • Celebrating 30 years of Landcare in Corangamite
    Celebrating this significant milestone, achieving 30 years of a volunteer movement, provides us with the opportunity to reflect on the impressive achievements of all those involved. The celebration event...
  • Hooray! We launch the new Corangamite Flood Portal
    A screenshot of the new Corangamite Flood Portal Flooding.    Floodplains.    Works on Waterways.    Flood-prone. These words aren’t commonplace in the average everyday vocabulary.However, if you’ve recently decided to build...
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