Monthly Archives: June 2017

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Dealing with water quality hotspots to improve the Gippsland Lakes

The downstream impacts of erosion can affect seagrass and wetland plants in the Gippsland Lakes. According to West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority’s Water Team Leader, Eleisha Keogh, it can also affect the frequency and severity of algal blooms. “We know that water quality plays a really important role in the health of the Gippsland Lakes,”

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Gippsland Lakes Community Grants

Community organisations and groups play an important role in contributing to a healthy Gippsland Lakes. Passionate and full of local knowledge, these groups have a history of completing projects and leveraging government investment by calling on their group members and volunteers for assistance. The 2017 Gippsland Lakes Community Grants are part of the broader Gippsland

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