Thursday 16 February 2017
Providing plants on the banks of the lower Goulburn River a well-needed late summer drink could also encourage golden perch to migrate from the Murray River to the Goulburn.
Wednesday 15 February 2017
Rufous night-heron (Nankeen night-heron) and great and intermediate egrets are now completing their breeding in Barmah Forest.
A series of community 'drop in' sessions will be held during February to capture local flood knowledge.
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Blackwater from the Goulburn River is now entering the Murray River.
Dissolved oxygen levels in the lower Goulburn River should continue to improve as the environmental water delivered since Sunday from Goulburn Weir and via channels mixes with the blackwater.
Blackwater in the Goulburn River has moved past McCoy’s Bridge and should reach the Murray River in a couple of days.
Blackwater moving along the Goulburn River is expected to reach McCoy’s Bridge late today/overnight
Additional water is being released from Goulburn Weir to help dilute debris-rich run-off from local creeks that has discoloured the Goulburn River downstream of Shepparton during the past couple of days.
Birds, fish and so much more feature in this month's newsletter.
Minor flooding in rivers and creeks across the Goulburn Broken catchment have triggered a native fish breeding frenzy.
The community, Murrindindi Shire Council and the Goulburn Broken CMA are continuing to work together to control honeysuckle along the Yea River.
Environmental water is being released into Barmah Forest wetlands to support the waterbird breeding boom triggered by the recent high natural Murray River flows.
Thursday 17 November 2016
Landholders with frontages on the Seven Creeks are being encouraged to get involved in a Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) project to improve the health of the waterway.
Residents of Baddaginnie, Caniambo and surrounding districts are invited to attend a community meeting for the Granite Creeks Flood Study, one of 10 regional scale flood mapping projects underway across the state. The Victorian Government has provided $1.5 million in funding for this program.