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Federal Government Report on the Stormwater Senate Inquiry Now Available
The Australian Government has released their response to the Senate Environment and Communications References Committee Report: Stormwater Management in Australia.
To view the report click here.
2017 Stormwater Victoria Conference - Call for Abstracts closes on Friday 25th November
There is now only a few days until the Call for Conference Abstracts submission portal will close for the 2017 Stormwater Victoria Conference, so if you have valuable knowledge and experience that could benefit the Stormwater Industry, why not apply to present at the 2017 Stormwater Victoria Conference?
The 2017 Stormwater Victoria Conference will be held from Wednesday 3rd to Friday, 5th May, 2017 at the Cumberland Resort, Lorne, Victoria.
Conference Themes and Topics
Under the banner of 'Time for a Watershed?', the Conference is seeking concurrent presentations built around the following themes:
Port Phillip Bay Fund Grants Program Now Available
The Port Phillip Bay Fund is a grants program that supports projects by community groups and organisations who are working to protect and preserve the environmental health of the Bay.
The Victorian Government is providing a total of $10 million over four years from 2016/17 to support efforts to protect and enhance the health and amenity values of Port Phillip Bay.
The objectives of the fund are to support projects that address local and regional priorities to protect the health of the Bay and bay catchment area, including:
Round 1 of the Port Phillip Bay Fund is now open and closes at 5pm on Wednesday 15 February 2017.
Up to $4.5 million is available in Round 1 for single and multi-year projects across three streams of funding: