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  • Regional Catchment Strategy
    The Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy 2013–2019 provides a vision for the integrated management of natural resources in the Corangamite region. It is a blueprint for catchment health in the...
  • Water smart pig farming
    The Protecting the Environment via On-farm Water Efficiency Project, delivers a number of on-farm pilot activities testing the viability and effectiveness of modernised on- farm water capture technologies to meet...
  • Thompson Creek estuary information session well attended by Breamlea community
    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...
  • River flows, water quality and environmental releases
    Explore trends in water data at key gauge locations across the Corangamite river catchments. Click on the gauge markers to review detailed charts. What is water for the environment?...
  • Out and about with Geelong Field Naturalists Club
    As part of our Plains Tender Program we have been conducting fauna surveys with the help of the Geelong Field Naturalists Club (GFNC) over the past two years. Juvenile...
  • Sustainable agriculture
    Agriculture is the dominant land use in the Corangamite region, with approximately 3,500 diverse farming businesses operating across three quarters of a million hectares. The region’s fertile soils support...
  • Citizen science
    What is citizen science? Citizen science is scientific research conducted by volunteers. Why should you get involved in a citizen science program? It connects you to people in your...
  • Students turn ‘River Detectives’ for waterway health
    Ballarat teacher Tracey Murphy learns how to run the River Detectives Program at her school The Corangamite region is now bursting at the seams with school students eager to...
  • Corangamite CMA says “thank you” to citizen science volunteers
    At a National Volunteer Week event, the Corangamite CMA said “thank you” to environmental volunteers who work with them in Citizen Science programs across the region. Over 25 Volunteers...
  • Fish find a way….. back home.
    Thousands of migrating fish are making their way through the Barwon River’s lower tidal barrage fishway.  As part of the statewide VEFMAP program looking at the responses of aquatic...
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