All posts tagged "Angler Riparian Partnership Program"

  • Anglers Give Back to Fish Habitat

    For almost four years, recreational fishers have been improving riparian land across Victoria through the Angler Riparian Partnerships Program (ARPP). It’s been fantastic to see so many of our members and fishers get involved in the program and give...

  • Planting Trees to Help Fish in the Curdies River

    Keen fishers are needed to help plant 3,000 native trees, shrubs and grasses along the Curdies River near Curdievale on Sunday 22 September. Corangamite Catchment Management Authority have partnered with VRFish, Heytesbury District Landcare and local angling clubs to...

  • All Hands on Deck for Angler Riparian Planting Day on the Barwon River

    Geelong’s recreational anglers are invited to get their hands dirty on Saturday, 13 July to help revegetate the Barwon River. Thousands of native trees, shrubs and grasses will be planted on the banks of the lower Barwon River near...

  • Ideas for Riparian Restoration in East Gippy

    The East Gippsland CMA are calling for Expressions of Interest from recreational fishing groups to undertake river riparian improvements at our favourite fishing spots. This could include fencing off livestock, weed management or revegetation. The riparian zone plays a...

  • Wild Trout Fisheries Management Program

    By Anthony Forster, Freshwater Fisheries Manager, Fisheries Victoria Brown and rainbow trout were introduced into Victoria during the 1860s by homesick early settlers pining for a connection to their English motherland. The legacy of this work endures with trout...

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