CCMA Events

ESTUARIES UNMASKED NIGHT SEMINAR SERIES AT AIREYS INLET - OCT 9

Capturing the coast's unique estuaries from a whole new angle.

Ed Sloane and Ashley Bent from CineFly will demonstrate the possibilities for improving how we look after the environment using the latest photographic technology - Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV).

Steve Harfield will follow with a presentation on the Painkalac Creek estuary data findings collected by EstuaryWatch vounteers since 2007. Full details in the flyer below.

FIND OUT WHY THE WESTERN DISTRICT LAKES ARE SO SIGNIFICANT AT  UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

September is National Biodiversity month and Greening Australia, in partnership with the Corangamite CMA, will be holding a community event in the Stony Knolls region near Colac.


On Tuesday September 30 the focus is on the local flora with a presentation and field trip all about Saltmarsh vegetation and threatened flora of the Western District Ramsar Lakes.

Its a free event. Please contact Ammie from Greening Australia for more information and to register your attendance email ajackson@gavic.org.au or call  0409 412 011.

 

THE HOW, WHY, WHERE & WHAT TO DO ABOUT CYPRESS DECLINE WORKSHOP - OCTOBER 17 AT BALINTORE

Shelter belts and windbreaks across the south-west Victoria are dying or dead, leaving large areas tracts of land and livestock vulnerable to the weather. This workshop will look at cypress decline management, practical uses for dead trees and replacement trees options.

The workshop is at the Doug and Cheryl Lang's property at 250 Langs-James Road from 10am.

Full details in the attached flyer

 

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