Annual Achievements Reports
The citizen science in Victoria's waterways annual achievements report 2020-2021 highlights the ability Waterwatch and EstuaryWatch has to connect communities to their local environment, build capacity of communities and demonstrates stories of change. We thank the thousands of dedicated Waterwatch and EstuaryWatch volunteers who visit local waterways to monitor water quality and collect valuable environmental information. Read the report in full - Annual Achievements Report 2020-2021.
Citizen Scientists involved in the 2020-2021 program contributed a total of 83,227 hours to collect data and care for our waterways, equivalent to 11,097 volunteer days. This contribution provides an economic value of 2020-2021 volunteer effort of $3,473,895. Watch a short video - Annual Achievements Video 2020-2021.
Funding for these programs in regional Victoria is part of the Victorian Government's $248 million investment over four years to improve the health of waterways and catchments. Funding of these programs in the Greater Melbourne region is through Melbourne Water and other local partners.
- Corangamite Regional Report
- Glenelg Hopkins Regional Report
- Goulburn Broken Regional Report
- East Gippsland Regional Report
- North East Regional Report
- West Gippsland Regional Report
- Mallee Regional Report
- Wimmera Regional Report
- Melbourne Regional Report
- North Central Regional Report