Native plants that provide valuable food and shelter for animals and birds, including some threatened species, have died as a result of vandals damaging the regulator that controls water flow in to Black Swamp near Wunghnu.
Native fish will be moved from Rice’s Weir near Barmah today (March 11) to avoid potential fish deaths from low dissolved oxygen (DO) levels in the weir pool.
River users and native animals and plants will benefit from increased Goulburn River flows during March.
A wetland tour and talks by guest speakers on the unique flora, fauna and Aboriginal cultural heritage sites found across the sand hill regions either side of the River Murray were highlights of the River Murray corridor cultural ecosystems field day held at Yarrawonga Yacht Club recently.
Monitoring during summer 2014 and autumn 2015 found environmental flows during those seasons had triggered golden perch spawning and encouraged bank-stabilising plant growth.
Residents are invited to attend a second round of community meetings for the Granite Creeks flood study, one of 10 regional scale flood mapping projects underway across the state.
If you are planning to expand your dairy operation and want to know how to manage the extra effluent, come to the Dairy Effluent Field Day being held on Thursday March 3, at Ardmona.
The Australian Government welcomes Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority's announcement that 20 private landholders will share in $400,000 in grants under the National Landcare Programme.
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) today reassured the community Goulburn River water quality was good despite discolouration in some sections of the river below Murchison.
Goulburn Broken CMA is keen to hear from anyone who has noticed Eastern Great Egrets nesting in the area.
Fallen limbs and dead trees from a property adjoining Hughes Creek have been used to provide additional
shelter in the upstream end of a gorge known to be the creek’s Macquarie perch stronghold.
Three free information sessions to provide detailed information to local land managers about the upcoming release of a new strain of rabbit calici virus, are being held at Euroa on January 19 and at Mansfield and Yea on January 20.
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is working with the Taggerty Community Progress
Group (TCPG) and Taggerty community to tackle blackberry and honeysuckle along the Little River.
Understanding and interpreting soil test results has been made easier thanks to a step-by-step guide produced
by Yea River Catchment Landcare group and local soil scientist Cath Botta.
An innovative Community Leadership Program specifically designed for those working or volunteering in the Agriculture and Natural Resource Management sectors will be delivered in the Goulburn Murray region during the first half of 2016.