Working in partnership with others is something we strive to do well. You will find many examples of collaboration and ways to get involved in protecting and enhancing our catchments throughout this website, but especially here in our getting involved section. We hope you are inspired.
There are a number of ways you can help improve catchment health and be involved in better natural resource management. You can
- join a Landcare group
- become a Waterwatch or EstuaryWatch monitor
- improve biodiversity on your property by planting indigenous plants
- find out if you’re eligible for one of our landholder programs
Every three years our Board recognises the significant contribution of community groups and individuals to catchment health through the WGCMA Lyrebird Awards.
John Poppins, Paul Speirs and Yarram Yarram Landcare Network were our three winners from the 2013 Awards. Watch the stories of John and Paul for inspiration and ideas on how you can get involved.