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  • 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...
  • Private landholders to help protect endangered Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands
    The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority is calling for expressions of interest from private landholders with Grassy Eucalypt Woodlands of the Victorian Volcanic Plains who want to protect and enhance...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Citizen Scientists helps shape the future of Anglesea
    The Anglesea River EstuaryWatch group enjoying their time out monitoring the Anglesea River Estuary The Anglesea River EstuaryWatchers are a group of citizen scientists working with coordinators from the...
  • Waterwatch
    What is Waterwatch? Waterwatch is a community water monitoring program focused on monitoring waterway condition, environmental education and awareness. It brings together schools, community, landcare groups, landowners, councils, water...
  • Thompson Creek estuary community information day
    Over 50 members of the Breamlea community attended an open forum on Wednesday, 24 July to learn about natural estuary processes, citizen science and the collaborative role of agencies...
  • Stubble, stubble, soil and trouble…
    In 2016, the Cundare Duverney Landcare Group established a stubble incorporation trial site with the assistance of a Landcare Australia grant. The CCMA’s Regional Landcare Facilitator program is a...
  • Bugs and beetles
    The Corangamite CMA together with entomologists Dr Paul Horne and Jessica Page from IPM Technologies Pty Ltd are developing a field guide to the invertebrates (bugs and beetles) found...
  • Knowledge portals
    Corangamite Flood Portal Are you buying or selling a property? Access the Flood Mapping tool to generate a report using the best available flood data for the region. NRM Planning...
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