Complete the Yarrowee survey here

Yarrowee webAs part of the ‘Breathing Life Back into the Yarrowee’ project, the Leigh Catchment group invite you to take part in this voluntary survey. This ongoing project has recently been awarded funds from Victoria’s Coalition Government to undertake further restoration works on Ballarat’s Yarrowee River. The purpose of the survey is to evaluate the communities attitude, expectations and involvement with the Yarrowee River, to assist with future management decisions and monitor the success fo the project.

The following questionnaire will only require approximately five minutes to complete. Copies of the survey will be provided to the City of Ballarat, Corangamite Catchment Management Authority and Ballarat Environment Network. Please answer all questions as honestly as possible.

Complete the survey here 

If you require additional information or have questions, please contact Kate Constance Yarrowee River Project Officer on 0409 585 998.

Leigh Catchment Group

(Umbrella network for all the landcare groups in the region)

http://www.leighcatchmentgroup.org/

Contact: Jenny Ryle
Phone: 03 5341 2364
Fax: 5341 2364
Postal Address: PO Box 167, Buninyong, 3357
Street Address: 407 Warrenheip Street, Buninyong

Garibaldi Environment group

Contact: Jenny Ryle
Phone: 03 5341 2364
Fax:
5341 2364
Postal Address:
PO Box 167, Buninyong, 3357
Street Address:
407 Warrenheip Street, Buninyong

- covering Garibaldi and Durham Lead

Upper Williamson's Creek Landcare

Phone: (03) 5341 2364
Fax: (03) 5341 2364

Meetings: 2nd Thursday, 7.30pm, even months, Scotsburn Hall.

South Ballarat Urban Landcare Group

(Includes Friends of Cathcart St.)

Ross Creek Landcare Group

Contact: David (The Secretary)
Phone: 03 5342 4588

Landcare at Royal Park

What is a landcare group?

A landcare group is a group of people concerned about land management issues, working together to do something positive for the long-term health of the land. Some landcare groups may have a single focus (for example pest plants or salinity); others may be involved in many issues within their community. Most landcare groups are rural, although there is a rapidly growing number of groups along the coast and in urban areas.