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This Draft of the Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy is currently awaiting Ministerial approval and may be subject to change

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  • Home
    Welcome to the Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy What is the Regional Catchment Strategy? The Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) is a high level blueprint for catchment health. It provides a...
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  • Sustainable agriculture
    Overview The definition of sustainable agriculture in the context of the Corangamite CMA region is ‘achieving productive agricultural land use and businesses, while protecting the natural resource base from threats...
  • Land use
    Overview Agriculture is the dominant land use within the Corangamite region, with approximately 3,450 agricultural businesses operating across 772,436 hectares. Farming enterprises include sheep and cattle grazing, dairying, cropping, forestry...
  • Native Vegetation and Habitats
    Overview The Corangamite Region is covered by five ecological zones (bioregions), these are the Victorian Volcanic Plain, the Otway Plain, the Otway Ranges, the Warrnambool Plain and the Central Victorian...
  • Native fauna
    Overview The Corangamite region is home to fauna species that are unique to the area, many of which are dependent on the natural assets such as native vegetation, waterways and...
  • Coastal environments
    Overview Most Victorians have visited the coast in the past year. Walking/hiking remains the most common activity on the coast. Interactions with the coast are overwhelmingly positive – a coast...
  • Marine environment
    Overview Corangamite’s coastal waters stretch from west of Peterborough, around Cape Otway, along the Surf Coast, through Port Phillip Heads and around Corio Bay nearly to Point Wilson in the...
  • Regional Communities
    Overview Community participation in the management of the Corangamite region is long-standing and substantial and constitutes a major investment in the conservation of our natural resources. Those involved with managing...
  • Traditional Owners
    Traditional Owner Partnerships The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority is committed to building and strengthening our partnership with Traditional Owners. We are committed to engaging and working with Traditional Owners to...
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