Curdies River pilot program gets Victorian Water Minister's approval after blue-green algae fish kill

Ben Silvester
By Ben Silvester
Updated June 1 2022 - 3:43am, first published 3:00am
Toxic: The Curdies River has suffered a devastating two-month blue-green algal bloom, which has wiped out the native fish and other water life. Photo: Anthony Brady.

Victorian Minister for Water Lisa Neville has confirmed the Curdies River has been added to a government pilot program exploring ways to curb the effects of blue-green algae on waterways.

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