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Yarra Riverkeeper resigns

In a major blow for the health of Melbourne’s major waterways, the Yarra Riverkeeper, Charlotte Sterrett, has resigned. This follows the Yarra Riverkeeper Association‘s (YRKA’s) CEO, Karin Traeger, having been made redundant in March, 2023. The underlying problem appears to be a… Read More »Yarra Riverkeeper resigns

Web-site Live

Our new web-site was switched over into “live” mode on the morning of Friday, 30th June, 2023. The KooyongKoot Alliance thanks its development partner, GreenAnt Networks for its excellent work getting us up and running on time and on budget.… Read More »Web-site Live

Web-site Release

We are entering the final stages of KKA web-site development and data content gathering for our first release of the web-site – aiming for a full release on 30/6/2023. We urge you to review the content of our pages that… Read More »Web-site Release

Collaboration Launch

Today (4/4/2023) was the official launch of the Gardiners Creek (KooyongKoot) Regional Collaboration. The KKA was well represented and the KooyongKoot Catchment Keeper, our Graham Ross, made an address on behalf of the volunteers who have contributed to the collaboration.… Read More »Collaboration Launch