We are pleased to offer sponsorship for women working in agriculture in the Goulburn Broken
Catchment to attend the ‘Thriving Women 2018’ conference in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia (19-20 February 2018)
or the ‘Women On Farms Gathering 2018’ in Rosebud, Victoria (16-18 March 2018).
The water level in Lake Benalla will start to be drawn down during the last week of January to help get rid of the aquatic weed cabomba.
A small amount of additional water is being released from Goulburn Weir over the next couple of days to improve water quality in the lower Goulburn River.
Are some eucalyptus more vulnerable to climate change than others? That’s a question the community could help answer, Professor Stefan Arndt from the University of Melbourne’s Ecosystem and Forest Science School said at the launch of the Tree Storey project at the Euroa Arboretum on Friday (November 24).
Thursday 16 November 2017
Elder Aunty Bernadette Franklin provided the Welcome to Country to guests attending the launch of the Taungurung Clans Aboriginal Corporation’s (TCAC) Country Plan and the official opening of the Badji Baanang Indigenous Garden at the Y Wetlands Discovery Centre at Yea on Friday, November 10.
The Goulburn Broken Regional Floodplain Management Strategy is now out for public comment and feedback.
Golden and silver perch will benefit from environmental flows due to be delivered along the lower Goulburn River later this month.
A leading Goulburn Valley fruit grower has urged the Victorian Government to explore irrigation efficiency programs which do not involve water transfers.
Wednesday 25 October 2017
Hundreds of aspiring anglers enjoyed the brilliant sunshine at Victoria Park Lake on National Gone Fishing Day.
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority and its consortium partners were announced the winner of a prestigious water saving award at a ceremony in Mexico City.
The community is invited to grab their fishing rods and join the Goulburn Broken CMA’s Gone Fishing Day at
Victoria Park Lake, Shepparton on Sunday October 15.
A specially designed amphibious vehicle from Australian Aquatic Services was used to help move azolla along the lower Broken Creek downstream of Nathalia to improve flows for irrigators and native fish last week.
More than 95 per cent of plant pest honeysuckle on the Yea River between the Yea township and the Yea Wetlands has now been controlled thanks to efforts by the community, volunteers and the Green Army.
River Redgum saplings are being removed from Barmah Forest to protect the site's international environmental significance.
Wednesday 27 September 2017
Local knowledge about native fauna and flora in the Broken and Boosey creeks area is playing an important role in helping prioritise management activities at smaller public reserves.