The Pondcast

Episode 7: Discover Discovery Bay

Discover why the coastal area of south-west Victoria is so internationally important, not just for its geologically significant wetlands, but also the role it plays a round-the-world holiday destination for a group of birds from Siberia.

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Episode 6: Restoring the native grasslands

In this episode, meet farmer David Franklin and researcher John Del Pratt as they discuss how they have worked for over 30 years to improve the grasslands of south-west Victoria.

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Episode 5: What’s soil got to do with it?

Soil used to be seen as the enemy in natural resource management (NRM), and there was once a great divide between the farming community and those authorities who sought to improve the environment...

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Episode 4: Why native fish need ladders and hotels in our waterways

In this episode of The Pondcast, we met the dynamic duo getting stuff done along the waterways of the Glenelg Hopkins CMA region – Steve and Alex.

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Episode Three – Turning back the tide

In this episode of The Pondcast we meet Jarred, the man with the job of trying to manage the competing needs of our environment where the river meets the sea. 

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Episode 2: Volcanic plains and lonely flower

esource management planners in the Biodiversity team who are charged with protecting an area known as the VVP.

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Episode 1: What is a CMA anyway?

n this episode, we meet Adam Bester, the CEO of the Glenelg Hopkins CMA and ask him what his organisation does, how it does it, who funds it, and who does all the work.

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