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CORANGAMITE COASTAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FORUM

26 Jun. 2017

The Coastal Country program within Corangamite CMA will host its second Coastal Research and Development Forum for natural resource managers, land managers and community members on Wednesday 26 July 2017. The event will focus on presenting research relevant to coastal and marine environments.... Read more

VICTORIAN VOLCANIC PLAINS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FORUM

21 Jun. 2017

The VVP Research and Development forum is on again!

The Corangamite CMA will host its fifth research and development forum for natural resource managers, landholders and community members on Wednesday 21 June 2017 at Federation University Ballarat.... Read more

GPS PURCHASE AND TRAINING ASSISTS ABORIGINAL RANGERS

20 Feb. 2017

The Wathaurong Aboriginal Cooperative Rangers are now using GPS technology to guide property management at Wurdi Youang. The GPS initiative empowers members of the Aboriginal community working in NRM with a system of recording and tracking ongoing works, and responds directly to required set of skills identified by the Cooperative as critical for their land management work.... Read more

NEW CEO JOINS THE CORANGAMITE CMA TEAM

17 Feb. 2017

The Corangamite CMA is pleased to announce the commencement of their new CEO Graham Phelps this week.

 

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TRADITIONAL BURN WORKSHOP FEATURED IN CFA BRIGADE MAGAZINE

15 Dec. 2016

The traditional burning workshop held early this year has been featured in the summer edition of Brigade. Click on the image to the left and go to page 18 to read the full article.

CITIZEN SCIENCE DATA MORE ACCESSIBLE THAN EVER BEFORE

13 Dec. 2016

Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment Anthony Carbines today launched new web portals for the Waterwatch and EstuaryWatch programs, with community volunteers in Aireys Inlet.

The new Watch program portals will revolutionize how citizen science water quality data is managed, and it ability to inform catchment planning. ... Read more

CCMA CHAIR ALICE KNIGHT HONOURED FOR HER COMMITMENT AND SERVICE TO LANDCARE

25 Nov. 2016

The Victorian Landcare Program today acknowledged Alice for her outstanding contribution to Landcare, the Woady Yaloak catchment and the communities she has served by awarding her the Joan Kirner Landcare Award at the 30 Year Landcare Celebration.... Read more

WORK COMMENCES ON NEW ROWING LANDING IN THE BARWON RIVER

14 Nov. 2016

The Barwon River rowing landing is getting a much needed makeover. Today the Hon Lisa Neville MP, Minister for Water, announced $390,000 in funding toward the $850,000 project to replace the 200m rowing landing on the Barwon River. City of Greater Geelong, Rowing Geelong, and the Corangamite CMA, have also contributed funding to the project.... Read more

INAUGURAL COASTAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FORUM PRESENTATIONS

28 Sep. 2016

Presentations are now available from the first Corangamite CMA Coastal Research and Development Forum for natural resource managers, land managers and community members held in August.... Read more

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