Since the launch of the Regional Riparian Action Plan in late 2015, CMAs have worked with just over 1500 landholders and about 600 Traditional Owner, Landcare, angling, school and other community groups over five years to achieve its outcomes.

You can see and hear three stories about how the Plan has supported the community across Victoria.

Anglers supporting the Steavenson River, Marysville

Have a look how local angling groups have pitched in to work with the Goulburn Broken CMA and a local landholder to support the Steavenson River by planting trees to protect it from changes in climate and generally provide a healthy habitat for fish.

Local landholders looking after the Agnes River, Toora North

Listen to Katie James, a landholder from Toora North, explain the willow removal and revegetation efforts that have taken place on her family’s property on the Agnes River working with the West Gippsland CMA.

Traditional Owners looking after waterways at Tyrendarra

See how the Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation and the Glenelg Hopkins CMA are incorporating 7000 years of Aboriginal land and waterway management into current management to improve and protect the Fitzroy River and Darlot Creek.

Page last updated: 28/09/20