Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is monitoring dissolved oxygen levels in sections of the lower Broken Creek.
Goulburn River: The Goulburn River has been above minor flood level on a number of occasions over the past month. The high flows have all been due to run-off and inflows from the many smaller rivers and creeks that run in to it, not environmental water releases.
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) and Stipa Native Grasses Association are presenting a workshop and field day with US soil expert Gabe Brown in Shepparton on Wednesday 2 November 2016.
More than 40 people celebrated two and half years of effort to protect the Turquoise Parrot population in the Warby Ranges-Chesney Vale hills region at Bailey’s Winery near Glenrowan on October 9.
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 16.
Our latest Landcare Link is now out.
Our latest Connecting Community and Catchment is now out.
The annual early spring environmental flow along the lower Goulburn River will not go ahead this year because of recent high natural river flows.
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is pleased to announce Ash Hurd has been awarded the inaugural Wayne Tennant Cadetship.
Farmers in the Goulburn Broken Catchment who are looking to challenge themselves and improve their farm profitability, soil health and quality of life are encouraged to participate in an intensive short course in holistic management to be held in Tatura over eight days, between October 2016 and January 2017.
Wetlands around the Goulburn Broken Catchment are being listened to, to see how they respond to environmental water allocations.
The community is invited to find out more about the Broken Boosey region’s native flora and fauna at a free family-friendly event to be held at Picola on Sunday, August 28.
The 150th turquoise parrot nest box was installed in the Warby Ranges recently.
The current increase in the height of the Goulburn River at Shepparton is due to combined run-off and inflows from the Goulburn and Broken rivers and Seven Creeks, not environmental releases.
Endangered species such as brush-tailed phascogales are using nest boxes installed in the Whroo Goldfields Conservation Management Network (WG CMN) region resulting in increasing numbers, recent monitoring shows.