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Dharnya Day is on Wednesday 5 July at Barmah Lakes.
A day which Yorta Yorta shares and celebrates thier culture and survival during NAIDOC Week.
Yorta Yorta dancers, live music, stalls and food, children's activities
The 2023 World Environment Day campaign #BeatPlasticPollution calls for global solutions to combat plastic pollution.
The Goulburn Broken CMA and Goulburn Murray Landcare Network are co-hosting a fantastic line up of speakers at this event:
Dale Grey (Agriculture Victoria) - Seasonal forecast outlook.
Dale Boyd (Agriculture Victoria) - Soil moisture probes and understanding how deep soil moisture can influence decisions on farm.
James Diack (Soils for Life) - Everyday observational tools to understand soil health and how farmers are using these tools in practice.
Meet us on the creek adjoining Patrick Street, behind the Kilmore Library, to learn how and why fish populations are monitored.
See an electrofishing demonstration and discover what species of fish call the Kilmore Creek home.
Join us for a short stroll along the creek to investigate the fish populations present and the type of habitat they utilise.
Following the demonstration, there will be an opportunity to get your hands dirty helping to improve stream condition by planting native seedlings.
Have your say on the lower Broken and Nine Mile Creek
Community workshop to inform the Environmental Water Management Plan
Danocks Room, Nathalia Sports and Community Centre, 42 Robertson Street, Nathalia
RSVP by 30 April to: Pam Beattie, Goulburn Broken CMA, email@example.com
Goulburn Broken Region Sustainable Agriculture Project Presentation Forum. Hear from farmers, Landcare and Industry groups presenting the results of their projects conducted over the last 4 years. Projects have been funded through the From the Ground Up project and include precision soil mapping and grazing management, cover cropping, regenerative grazing and much more.
Hear from specialists in the Carbon and Biodiversity field in an online presentation
International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women's equality.
Join South West Goulburn Landcare and Ron Litjens for an informative discussion about “paddock trees as prime real estate”.
Ag Vic’s Brad Costin will discuss erosion management principles. A paddock walk is also part of the event.
As part of the Goulburn Broken CMA's Grey Box Grassy Woodland Project, Gecko Clan invites you to join Dr Meredith Mitchelle, Senior Research Scientist, Agriculture Victoria, for a day of native grass identification and management of native pasture grazing systems.
Goulburn Broken CMA and VicNoTilll, through funding from theAustralian Government's National Landcare Program, have
a trial pollinator plot at David Cook's Pine Lodge farm.
Catch up on the Strathbogie SoilCare and Strathbogie Tableland Landcare groups' soil trials and learn about collecting and using data from soil samples and moisture probes.
Interested in the science of how native vegetation contributes to a healthy resilient
Kerri Goschnick from Agriculture Victoria will join us for a discussion about: techniques for managing gullies; options to manage steep hills; and where to go for more information.
Spend a day with Colin Seis discussing regenerative grazing, cover crops and building soil health.
Join us for a Q&A paddock walk with Donna and James Winter-Irving and gain insights into how they are improving the health and diversity of their soil, plants and animals as well as their own wellbeing and profitability.
Join us for a farm walk at Henderside, Limestone, to discuss challenges, management options and experiences for hillslope erosion and gullies.
Join us for a farm walk in Limestone to discuss management options, experiences and challenges in regards to erosion gullies in farm land.
Hear how Cornella farmer Carl Brown is trying to use nature to reduce pest insects.
Hear how Mt Camel Range farmer Colin Neate is planting native vegetation to reduce the hillside erosion on land adjacent to his vineyard.
This Riverine Plains Inc. research project, funded through Goulburn Broken CMA’s “From the Ground Up” project, started in 2019.
This online workshop will present the research from this project and aims to increase your understanding of the interaction of soil organic carbon and pH.
Interested in increasing the water holding capacity of your soil?
Jim Radford from LaTrobe University will present case studies and examples of research from Australia that show the benefits of biodiversity to agriculture.
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