Valley

Catching up in the Catchment

Monday 19 October, 2009
L-R: Lyndall Ash, Department of Primary Industries; Natalie Dean, Murray Darling Basin Authority; Mark Turner, Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority.
Peter Gibson
L-R: Lyndall Ash, Department of Primary Industries; Natalie Dean, Murray Darling Basin Authority; Mark Turner, Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority.

Lyndall Ash from the Department of Primary Industries and Mark Turner from the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority took the opportunity to catch up with Murray Darling Basin Authority's Natalie Dean in the Shepparton recently. Natalie is Assistant Director with the Murray Darling Basin Authority Stakeholder Engagement Branch.

Staff and Board members from the Murray Darling Basin Authority were in Shepparton on 12th and 13th October as part of the Board's regular Basin wide regional tour. The Murray Darling Basin Authority set up a display in the busy ‘Maude Street Mall' in Shepparton for locals to drop in and share comments or concerns about regional or basin-wide issues.