The Living Moorabool launch in December 2017 including Uncle Bryon’s Welcome to Country
Projects on The Living Moorabool
The Corangamite CMA ‘E-Water’ team have been working towards improving the Moorabool River’s flow using timed releases of water into the waterway.
Through this we aim to improve the health of the waterway and bolster the resilience of important habitats during dry flow periods.
Learn more about what the ‘E-Water’ team does on the Moorabool River here.
There’s always something going in with Citizen Science on the Moorabool River. Recently our team have organized waterbug monitoring and data collection as well as working to track Platypus populations with the Great Australian Platypus Search (GAPS).
Learn more about what the Citizen Science team do here.
On-ground Riparian Works
Riparian land is the ‘buffer zone’ between water and land. The land could be used for anything from a recreation reserve to an area for livestock to graze. It’s important to keep riparian land healthy and well covered with vegetation to help maintain a healthy waterway.
The Corangamite CMA Waterway Protection Program is now open for EOIs in the Moorabool, Leigh River and Lake Corangamite catchment areas. Incentives will be available for fencing, weed control, revegetation, stock crossings and off-stream water points, willow removal and pest animal management.
Learn more about what the Waterways team have done for the Corangamite region here.
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