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POSITIONS VACANT

Want to work with us helping deliver on-ground project improving the land, water and biodiversity of the Glenelg Hopkins catchment area? We currently have 2 exciting roles which directly relate to...

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Fish habitat workshop – April 2

How do you create high quality habitat for happy fish and healthy waterways? Learn from industry experts how to make habitat and sink it when the Australian Trout Foundation & the Glenelg Hopkins...

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Italian Buckthorn drop in session – April 2

Italian Buckthorn might have pretty berries but it's also a pretty terrible weed! SEA Landcare will be hosting weed expert Dr. Robin Adair from Australis Biological to discuss managing this weed in...

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Forage crop workshop – April 6

Rising costs of fertiliser, fuel and feed cut into farm profits and a workshop on April 6 aims to help farmers make the most of forage crops while improving farm soil health. Multispecies forages are...

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Hopkins River Habitat

This month the Glenelg Hopkins CMA and local contractors will begin to place fish habitat hotels and salvaged root balls into the Hopkins River. Glenelg Hopkins CMA Senior River health Officer, Stephen...

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Dung beetle field day

Want to learn about dung beetles and how they might be beneficial to your farming operation? Join the South West Prime Lamb Group's bung beetle field day on Thursday March 24. South West Prime Lamb...

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Fish habitat workshop

The Australian Trout Foundation & the Glenelg Hopkins CMA together with the Victoria Fisheries Authority and Arthur Rylah Institute welcome your participation at our Warrnambool Fish Habitat workshop. This...

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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...

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Regional Leadership Grants

Community groups and non-for-profit organisations involved in natural resource management can now apply for our Regional NRM Leadership Grants Program is now open. Grant categories include: · Community...

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Bromfield Street weir project

This project will begin in 2022 and will remove the weir on the Merri river in Warrnambool which was constructed in 1907 and is now a redundant asset and poses a safety risk to the community as well as...

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