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  • 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...
  • The anticipation of spring
    As the days grow longer and the temperature begins to rise, likewise does our anticipation for spring. It’s that time of year when we dust off our binoculars and...
  • Landing refurbishment a rowing success
    Corangamite CMA Chair Alice Knight insepcts the refurbished landing with members of the Geelong rowing fraternity. Geelong’s rowing community now have a great looking new rowing platform on the...
  • Orange-bellied Parrots return to the Bellarine
    In exciting news for twitchers (bird watchers) everywhere, an Orange-bellied Parrot was sighted last month on the Bellarine Peninsula. The critically endangered Orange-bellied Parrot is one of only three...
  • Helping fish along the way to Lake Corangamite
    Cundare Barrage culvert upgrades 2015 The Corangamite CMA has recently completed a large scale project to help fish move between Lake Corangamite and the Woady Yaloak River. Originally we...
  • Welcome upgrades to Barwon River infrastructure
    Six river sites and platforms along the Geelong section of the Barwon River are getting a much needed upgrade and improved facility. A partnership with the Department of Environment...
  • A township at the junction of two rivers
    The floodplain operates quite uniquely at Inverleigh.This is because the township sits at the junction of two prominent rivers; the Barwon and the Leigh. Its close proximity to the...
  • Recycled timber creates new reel estate for fish
    Fish populations in the Barwon River through Geelong have new underwater habitat thanks to the creative repurposing of timber saved from road construction projects. A dozen root-balls, or snags...
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