Media Releases

Removing pines for Red-tails

Are you a landholder in Victoria's southwest with stringybark trees on your farm? Then you might have critical feeding habitat for the endangered South-Eastern Red-Tail Black Cockatoo. The Glenelg...

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Blown away with new funding

Glenelg Hopkins CMA has been successful in receiving almost $500,000 in funding through the Australian Government's Threated Species Strategy Action Plan: Priority Species Grants which is funded through...

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Platycam on the Grange Burn

Hamilton’s Grange Burn waterway and its resident Platypus will feature in a new online livestream camera in their natural habitat - Platycam. Significant waterway works have improved the Grange Burn...

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Generational Button Wrinklewort seed collection

Collecting seed in the remnant populations of Button Wrinklewort plants this summer took on a whole new meaning for the Glenelg Hopkins CMA project team, with seed collected from plants which were...

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Grasslands and golf balls

Throwing golf balls around in a paddock doesn't automatically seem like a high level science activities, but it is actually one of the easiest and most effective ways researchers measure grasslands. Join...

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Come for a yarn on the river

An interactive website which allows people to hear stories of the Glenelg River from Traditional Owners has been launched after three Traditional Owner groups came together to share the river’s stories...

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Water for the environment begins to flow

Water for the environment will begin flowing to the Glenelg River this month to improve water quality and keep the river healthy over summer.  The flow will help maintain plant diversity and connectivity...

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MEDIA RELEASE: Summer Sanderling tracking begins

With no QR code required, migratory shorebirds are arriving at Discovery Bay after flying tens of thousands of kilometres after the northern Arctic summer.  Sanderling flocks of more than 1000...

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Supporting pollinators

It's National Pollinators Week for November 14-21 and it's not all about bees. Farmers know that much of agricultural production, and the food we eat, is made possible by the pollination services provided...

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Local projects & groups funded in Victorian Landcare Grants

24 Landcare projects and 28 support grants will be funded in the Glenelg Hopkins Catchment through the 2021 Victorian Landcare Grants program. The Victorian Government provides funding to support Landcare...

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