Connected Landscapes Project

The Bunanyung Landscape Alliance is releasing its inaugural call for sites for the Corangamite CMA’s Connected Landscapes project. Preference will be given to sites that protect and enhance remnant vegetation and/or establish strategic wildlife corridors.

Community Groups and individuals within the Connected Landscapes area (refer map overleaf) are invited to register projects that are consistent with the aims of the Alliance by February 28th, 2019.

Funding for activities may include:

  • remnant vegetation protection (i.e. fencing)
  • remnant vegetation enhancement (i.e. woody weed control and pest animal control)
  • revegetation including buffering remnants and scattered trees, establishing wildlife corridors and revegetating waterways.

The Alliance seeks to establish long-term monitoring sites to ensure we learn about the lasting outcomes for the projects we initiate today. This will ensure future communities have the best information so that they in turn can make better long-term decisions. The Alliance intends to develop monitoring guidelines and work to develop training programs. This is a new approach supported by the Alliance and its partners – we hope you can be involved!!

Guidelines for funding and costing will in accordance with the Corangamite CMA funding criteria. Projects must be complete by June 30, 2020.

To register an expression of interest, as well as learn more about the project, please call Jess Lill from the Corangamite CMA on 0477 719 149 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

What makes a great Alliance Project?

When developing your Connected Landscape Project we would encourage you to think about the following key attributes of your project and how you can develop partnerships to create opportunities that enhance the Connected Landscape Project requirements.

  • Online data portal (CeRDI)/mapping capacity)
  • Community Engagement
  • Research and Monitoring
  • Project Management funding
  • Onground funding
  • External Partnerships


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The Connected Landscapes Project is supported by the Corangamite CMA through the

                             Victorian Government’s Our Catchments, Our Communities program, in partnership with the            Bunanyung Landscape Alliance.


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