WGCMA Board Chair, Angus Hume, took the opportunity at the 2013 Lyrebird Awards to thank outgoing board member Alex Arbuthnot, for his years of service to WGCMA.
The Yarram Yarram Landcare Group, Yarragon South’s John Poppins and Archie’s Creek’s Paul Spiers have been awarded the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority's Lyrebird Awards. The Lyrebird Awards occur every three years and acknowledge the significant contribution volunteers make to natural resource management and catchment health.
Morwell residents have the opportunity to learn more about Waterhole Creek at a fun, educational event held at the Morwell Civic Gardens on Saturday, 7 December.
While the crowds are flocking to one of South Gippsland’s popular beaches this summer, why not take the time to discover (or rediscover) some of the region’s hidden gems.
West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority has spent $100,000 improving the health of Stringers Creek in Walhalla. The one-off funding from Regional Development Victoria was used to implement the Stringers Creek Streamscape Plan, developed with input from the Walhalla community.
The Thomson River has one less obstacle for fish attempting to migrate upstream as part of their breeding cycle thanks to work by Southern Rural Water and WGCMA.