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Wimmera CMA

Street Address:
24 Darlot Street, Horsham, 3400
(enter via Gleed St)

Postal Address:
PO Box 479, Horsham, VIC, 3402
Phone: (03) 5382 1544
Fax: (03) 5382 6076
Office Hours:
Monday to Friday, 8:30 - 5:00pm
(excluding Public Holidays and Christmas - New Year Closure.  Office may also be closed for short periods Monday mornings)


Our Catchments, Our Communities Leadership Development Grants

Mar 12, 2018
OCOC 2017 Leadership Grants Minister for Water, Lisa Neville (far right) and
Chair of the Victorian Catchment Management
Council, Angus Hume (far left)
congratulate the 2017 grant recipients:
(L-R) Tarlina Gardiner accepting
on behalf of Bill Nicholson,
Marilyne Nicholls, Sarah Halligan
and Jaclyne Scally.
Photo: DELWP

The Our Catchments, Our Communities (OCOC) Leadership Development Grants are now open for applications to individuals working in the natural resource management sector in Victoria.

The grants are an exciting opportunity for early and mid career professionals looking to tackle big challenges, strengthen their skills and develop their leadership capabilities.

Read about 2017 OCOC Leadership Development Grant recipient Jaclyne Scally's experience.

Funding of up to $10,000 will be provided for travel, study, research, or other forms of professional development under each of the following categories:

  • Innovation - new approaches and knowledge to address contemporary issues in integrated catchment management.
  • Aboriginal Leadership - recognising and supporting Traditional Owners and Aboriginal Victorians as leaders.
  • Women in Leadership - improving diversity and inclusion and the opportunity for women in lead.

The grants are open to applications until 4pm April 17.

To apply, visit and scroll down to the "How to Apply" section. The website also includes links to the grant guidelines, FAQs, previous grant recipients and their initiatives, and more.

The Victorian Government is committed to fostering leadership and professional development in integrated catchment management across Victoria