Projects

Bandicam is LIVE

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Positions vacant

The Glenelg Hopkins CMA currently has positions vacant and are looking for the right people to fill the following roles: 2 x business traineeshipsWaterways Officer (4 month role)Works Crew MemberAdvisory...

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Join our advisory groups

Expressions of interest are currently being sought for two of Glenelg Hopkins CMAs advisory groups Community Advisory GroupGlenelg River Environmental Water Advisory Group These community advisory...

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Search for the Glenelg Freshwater Mussel

The search for the threatened Glenelg Freshwater Mussel in the lower Glenelg river system has been a showcase of how technological and physical scanning can prove to be the best way to find species. The...

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Become a Bittern Boom Catcher!

Want to become a Boom Catcher this spring? It's actually really easy. What's a Boom Catcher? It's a volunteer who has offered their time during the official 2022 Australasian Bittern Listening Survey...

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FUNDING AVAILABLE: Fitzroy River and Darlot Creek

Waterway Protection and Restoration funding is now available for landscapes around the Fitzroy River and Darlot Creek. Glenelg Hopkins CMA has funding available for landholders to undertake waterway...

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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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The entirely unpalatable Italian Buckthorn

In this episode of The Pondcast, Glenelg Hopkins CMA's Tania Parker is out in the field at the Tyrendarra Flora Reserve talking Italian Buckthorn. This introduced woody wood with attractive red berries...

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OCOC grant applications extended

Landcare groups in the eastern Grampains region have more time to prepare their applications for the Our Catchments Our Communities landscape scale grants. The application deadline has been extended...

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Seasonal watering pauses for the winter

It's time to let the weather put the water into the rivers. Our seasonal watering program to support the Glenelg River will return later in the year.In the mean time, want to know why we support seasonal...

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