Newsletters

April newsletter out now

Our plan for land and water for the next six years, the Glenelg Hopkins Regional Catchment Strategy 2021-2027, has been approved ... and our April newsletter is out now! Read about new funding announced...

Keep reading

March newsletter OUT NOW

This weekend will be one of the busiest in the catchment with plenty of community activities, workshops, and events on. The busy weekend is in line with the busy last few weeks as we roll out of Summer...

Keep reading

Newsletter out now

The office is back open and projects out in the community well underway following the lifting of most of the restrictions in the State. It means we have been out and about launching projects, looking...

Keep reading

December 2021 newsletter

Find out what we have been up to at the CMA - from managing and burning grasslands to walking around wetlands. Also find out how you could win a Jimmi Buscombe original artwork for snapping a photo...

Keep reading

November newsletter out now

In the latest edition of the CMA newsletter, meet the local Landcare champions who were recognised at the 2021 Victorian Landcare Awards. Also, learn how you can watch and listen to a lot of what we...

Keep reading

October 2021 newsletter

Keep up to date with everything that's been going on in the CMA with our latest monthly newsletter. From record funding for Landcare projects to how to spot a Sanderling on our beaches to help with research...

Keep reading

September 2021 newsletter

Keep up to date with what's been happening at the Glenelg Hopkins CMA with our latest newsletter. See how the Eastern Barred Bandicoot has come back from brink, what the Victoria Nature Festival showcased...

Keep reading

August 2021 Newsletter

In this edition – how to get involved with our catchment, our activities, and Victoria’s nature, even while restrictions are ongoing.

Keep reading

July 2021 Newsletter

In this edition, school science fun at Branxholme, Don't miss the chance to have your say on the RCS, Cocky count success despite restrictions and more.

Keep reading

June 2021 Newsletter

Read up on how our projects have continued under restrictions, when the RCS public comment period begins, vegetation project news, and how to apply for the Victorian Landcare Awards .

Keep reading