Sarah Halligan and Jaclyne Scally received Our Catchments, Our Communities Leadership Development Grants in 2017.
This year, International Women’s Day is calling us to #PressforProgress. We’d like to share the stories of two women who used Our Catchments, Our Communities grants to press for progress:
- Sarah Halligan - women in agriculture, and
- Jaclyne Scally - innovation in the catchment management sector.
Sarah Halligan received a grant in the 2017 Women in Leadership category. The grant allowed Sarah to take part in leadership courses and one-on-one mentor training to enhance her leadership role with Victoria’s Women in Sustainable Agriculture (WiSA) group. See more of Sarah’s story
Jaclyne Scally was awarded the 2017 grant for Innovation. So far, Jaclyne has travelled Australia and New Zealand to investigate solutions to the conflict that exists between agriculture and the environment on estuarine floodplains in Victoria. Get inspired by Jaclyne’s journey
2018 Leadership grants now open
The application process is now open for the 2018 Our Catchments, Our Communities Leadership Development Grants. We are looking forward to hearing how this year’s applicants can enhance their professional development and boost their leadership skills. Funding is available in three categories: Innovation, Aboriginal Leadership and Women in Leadership. Applications close 4:00pm 17 April 2017.
Minister for Water, Lisa Neville (far right) and Chair of the Victorian Catchment Management Council, Angus Hume (far left) congratulate the 2017 OCOC grant recipients: (L-R) Tarlina Gardiner accepting on behalf of Bill Nicholson, Marilyne Nicholls, Sarah Halligan and Jaclyne Scally.
Apply Now - Waterway Management Twinning Program
Professional development program - 2018 Waterway Management Twinning Program
Funding to help Corangamite’s catchments thrive
Investing in the health of Corangamite’s catchments and waterways
Campaspe River Tour Connects Water and Country, Traditional Owners and Community
DELWP and Victoria's Catchment Management Authorities are working together with Traditional Owners on a range of initiatives designed to connect Aboriginal communities with Water and Country.