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FIELD DAY: Precision Agriculture

Precision agriculture might be the two words we need when it comes to supporting farmers cropping around the wetlands on their farms. Its a tricky request, asking farmers not to sow entire areas of...

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Newsletter out now

This month at the CMA we look at our new projects funded through the Australian Government, celebrate the signing of an MoU with Wannon Water, check out the growth of some endangered grassland plants,...

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Funding blows endangered grass into the future

An endangered saline-loving grassland plant will be blowing into the future with the announcement of a $250,000 project aimed at its survival in the landscape. Adamson’s Blown Grass – a native...

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Work with us: Business Administration Trainee

Are you looking to enter the job market and interested in obtaining a qualification through on-the-job training? This traineeship might be for you!• Gain a Cert IV in Business• Receive on-the-job...

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Work with us: Indigenous Partnerships Coordinator

Join our CMA team! The Indigenous Partnerships Coordinator coordinates the development and delivery of Indigenous partnership projects within the Glenelg Hopkins region; and the implementation of the...

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Musselling up the Glenelg

We are musselling up the Glenelg River! A new $490,000 two-year project funded through the Australian Government’s Saving Native Species program will see the Glenelg Freshwater Mussel’s environment...

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Newsletter out now

Our April newsletter is out now and is full of information about what we have been up to at the CMA. From Board meetings in Balmoral which included trips through a dam wall, to removing barrier to...

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Bromfield weir removal success

Warrnambool’s Bromfield Street weir, a longstanding barrier to fish migration in the Merri River, has been successfully removed. The removal of the weir, which was a collaborative effort between...

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Glenelg estuary opened

Yesterday (Thursday 18 April) staff from the Glenelg Hopkins CMA, Parks Victoria and DEECA Forest Fire Management undertook an authorised river mouth opening on the Glenelg River estuary at Nelson. Works...

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Victoria’s CMAs win national Banksia Award

The combined work of Victoria's 10 Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs) has been recognised at the 35th National Banksia Foundation Sustainability Awards recently. Vic Catchments, the peak body...

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