Join Beau Miles as he kayaks 23kms along Cooks River in Sydney over 4 days reflecting on it’s interesting past, it’s disturbing present and it’s hopeful future. An eye-opening journey about the plight of our littered urban waterways in modern society. ** Language warning ** Be aware some language will not be appropriate for younger […]
Trentham Golf Course benefits from A Healthy Coliban Catchment video
The Trentham Golf Club is keen to make a difference to their local environment, and the Healthy Coliban Catchment project is helping them achieve it. A great example of how waterways are integral to community life and we are all responsible for their health.
A Healthy Coliban Catchment project partnerships
Hear about the collaboration between stakeholders to ensure A Healthy Coliban Catchment; landholders, landcare groups, traditional owners and organisations.
Landholders banding together for a healthier Coliban Catchment
A group of Drummond landholders are working together to help improve Kangaroo Creek, as part of the North Central CMA’s ‘A Healthy Coliban Catchment’ project. The project is working with locals to improve water quality and biodiversity of a catchment that provides drinking water for 130,000 people.
Healthy Coliban Catchment Project River Health Snapshot 2021
Gauge the health of waterways in the Healthy Coliban Catchment project area using this compilation of water quality and water bug data collected by citizen-scientists.
Caring for the Campaspe achievements brochure
Read about the amazing achievements of this North Central CMA project from 2012-2020.
River Moorabool movie trailer
the River Moorabool was made by People for A Living Moorabool (PALM) and Sheoaks Films. It features local landowners, scientists, and healthy river advocates, as well a spectacular and wide-ranging views of the Moorabool river valley and catchment. This short trailer highlights the issues facing the Moorabool River; declining catchment health, regulation and lack of environmental […]
Desert Lake – The Story of Kati Thanda – Lake Eyre picture book
It’s raining up north and soon everything will change for the desert lake. The dry salt bed of Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre shimmers in the desert heat. But far up north, the rains have come. Water is flooding into empty riverbeds and swirling down towards the lake. Soon everything will change. Although Lake Eyre is far […]
Why do mass fish deaths occur ? videos
Between December 2018 and January 2019, three mass fish death events happened along a 40km stretch of the Lower Darling River, downstream of Menindee Lakes. Although this event occurred far from us in Victoria it was a highly public and very distressing event for everyone, seeing up to a million fish including 100-year-old Murray cod die in one of […]
Linking the Landscape – The Cobaw Biolink video
This video by Newham Landcare promotes the important role of the Cobaw Biolink in enhancing the connections between Mount Macedon and the Cobaw Range on both private and public land. Protecting existing high quality vegetation and creating connectivity in the biolink will help native plants and animals adapt to climate change. The video aims to […]