We are VIC CATCHMENTS Showcasing Victoria’s Integrated Catchment Management Framework
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CMAs get it done
CMA region performance 2021-2022
Key statewide outputs 21-22
240,000 ha of weed control
984 partnerships established or maintained
30,873 event participants
410,000 ha of pest animal control
6,315 ha of improved agricultural practices
Highlighting actions in partnership with communities which protect our waterways, landscape, species and environment.
Big results for small mammals
In the beautiful forests and mountains of the Otways, a team effort is underway to protect special threatened species like Swamp Antechinus, Southern Brown Bandicoot and Long-Nosed Potoroo.
From little thing big things grow
East Gippsland is part of the tapestry of interwoven cultural landscapes that are the product of Aboriginal land managers’ skills, knowledge and activities over thousands of generations.
Platycam captures images and imaginations
Platycam is the world’s only livestreaming camera broadcasting platypus in the wild.
Environment right for native fish
There’s been good news this year with fish numbers thriving due to habitat restoration and good rainfall.
Sunray Warriors adventuring for the environment
Sunray Warriors – An Environmental Adventure is a multi-agency environmental education event offering hands-on, interactive activities for primary aged students.
Caring for the Campaspe
It takes a community to care for a river. Caring for the Campaspe did just that with activities aimed to protect and enhance vegetation along the 250 kilometre river and improve ecosystem health.
Partnering with Traditional Owners
The meeting on Jaithmathang TABOO bimble (tribal lands) was an historic gathering between Jaithmathang TABOO and GLaWAC and the first time several members had visited their own Country.
New nurseries for Eco Engineers
A new species of dung beetles has been released, meaning farmers across Australia have a renewed interest in ensuring they have covered their ‘beetle seasonal gaps’.
After the floods
One significant rain event in June 2021 had lasting impacts across the West Gippsland catchment. A program of flood recovery works over the year means wildlife and wetlands are now recovering and thriving.
Understanding and delivering shared benefits from water
Wimmera CMA is working with regional partners and the community to understand the drivers of social, economic and cultural values of water for the environment.
Healthy, sustainable and productive land, water and biodiversity is maintained through integrated catchment management that is strongly community based, regionally focused and collaborative.
The peak body for Catchment Management Authorities in Victoria, Australia.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Victoria and their enduring connection to Country. We are committed to genuine and lasting partnerships and meaningful engagement with Traditional Owners and Aboriginal communities. We actively support the protection of Country and its values, and the maintenance of cultural and spiritual practices.