What we do
The responsibilities of the East Gippsland CMA under the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994 and the Water Act 1989 are met through waterways and land programs guided by the Regional Catchment Strategy and its supporting strategies and plans. To learn more click the following links.
We oversee river health works and coordinate project activities with landholders, partner agencies and our local communities.
We oversee the administration of a number of community funding sources.
The Authority coordinates the distribution of funding for Landcare activities within the region.
We monitor the health of the estuaries - analysing water levels and quality, and weather conditions for potential closures and re-openings.
We develop strategies and plans in natural resource management for the region.