All Media Releases

All past media releases from Goulburn Broken CMA, listed chronologically.
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Mid-Goulburn River fish survey to confirm native species numbers

Wednesday 23 April 2014
Fish surveys to be carried out along the Goulburn River between the Yea River junction and Seymour could confirm the presence of threatened Macquarie Perch in the river, Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) River Health Officer Sue Kosch said.

Rhiannon Apted awarded Ken Sampson Memorial Fairley Leadership Scholarship

Wednesday 23 April 2014
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Land Health Manager Rhiannon Apted’s passion for sustainable agriculture made her a fitting recipient of the2014 Ken Sampson Memorial Fairley Leadership Scholarship, Goulburn Broken CMA Chair Murray Chapman said.

Wetlands prove to be a destination of choice

Wednesday 23 April 2014
Understanding the importance of wetlands to migratory species was the main focus of a field day held at Winton Wetlands recently.

Watertable levels rising again

Friday 18 April 2014
The 2013 shallow watertable map, recently completed for the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) by Goulburn-Murray Water, shows that despite a below average rainfall year the groundwater levels have remained relatively constant.

Wetlands valuable wet and dry

Friday 4 April 2014
Even though autumn is well and truly here, across the Goulburn Broken Catchment most wetlands and swampy areas are still in a natural drying phase.

No beef about chook caravan benefits

Wednesday 2 April 2014
A visit to see a nomadic chicken egg production system in action highlighted the many benefits of a chemical-free approach to soil management, says Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Regional Landcare Facilitator (RLF) Charlie Sexton.  Mr Sexton and members of his steering committee, who provide input and advice on how to promote sustainable agriculture practices to the region’s Landcare community, learned more about “chook caravans” during a recent visit to Glenburn beef and chicken producer Tom Abbotsmith-Youl’s property.

Nominate for the Goulburn Broken Community NRM Awards 2014

Monday 31 March 2014
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) CEO Chris Norman encourages people and groups to nominate for this year's Goulburn Broken Community Natural Resource Management (NRM) by May 1.

Caseys Weir pool to be lowered

Friday 28 March 2014
The drawdown of Caseys Weir pool, to prevent cabomba moving to downstream reaches of the Broken River and Broken Creek, started last week (March 20).

Drone images provide unique view of Kinnairds

Friday 28 March 2014
Images of Kinnairds Wetland captured by a drone – a remote controlled aerial camera - will provide baseline information to measure the wetland’s recovery after fire swept through Numurkah and surrounds on February 9. 

Frogs give urban backyards the croak of approval

Friday 28 March 2014
Frogs have adapted well to urbanisation, says Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Land & Biodiversity Manager Steve Wilson. 

Protecting paddock trees a win for the environment and productivity

Friday 28 March 2014
Paddock trees on land adjoining Winton Wetlands provide environmental and productive benefits, says Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Conservation Management Network co-ordinator Janice Mentiplay-Smith. 

Macquarie Perch movements to be tracked

Wednesday 26 March 2014
Thirty Macquarie Perch will be implanted with acoustic transmitters during a survey of the King Parrot Creek being conducted by researchers from the Arthur Rylah Institute (ARI) between March 31 and April 11.Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) River Health Officer Sue Kosch said ARI had been undertaking long-term fish monitoring in King Parrot Creek since 2006, as part of the Goulburn Broken CMA’s Threatened Species Program.“The great news is that since we started the surveys in 2006, the numbers of endangered Macquarie Perch captured have doubled from 31 in 2006 to 62 last year,” Ms Kosch said.“However, we’re keen to find out more about fish movement. Last year we were pleased to find there were juvenile Macquarie Perch – which is a good sign they’re breeding – but very few large individuals were found and only two previously tagged fish re-captured.  “We’re unsure whether these larger fish and previously tagged fish are inhabiting other areas of the King Parrot Creek and the population is larger than originally thought, or whether they are moving into the Goulburn River.”Ms Kosch said implanting acoustic transmitters in 30 Macquarie Perch captured in the King Parrot Creek and deploying acoustic receivers to remotely record fish movements along the Creek and the mid-Goulburn around Kerrisdale would help researchers establish the Macquarie Perch population’s mobility.“Understanding how mobile the Macquarie Perch population is and identify potential barriers to fish movement is important for ensuring the long-term future of Macquarie Perch in this area,” Ms Kosch said. “For example, it maybe that if they are using the Goulburn River, it could be an important refuge during drought or low flows.”Ms Kosch reminded anglers that taking Macquarie Perch from the King Parrot Creek was prohibited.

Chesney Vale Walk and Squawk open to all

Monday 17 March 2014
 Wangaratta and district residents are invited to a “Walk and Squawk” on Sunday, March 23 to learn about many local woodland birds and migratory species that can be found at Chesney Vale and the Winton Wetlands at this time of the year.

Drone images provide unique view of Kinnairds

Monday 17 March 2014
Images of Kinnairds Wetland captured by a drone – a remote controlled aerial camera - will provide baseline information to measure the wetland's recovery after fire swept through Numurkah and surrounds on February 9.

Goulburn River flows to increase in March

Monday 17 March 2014
An autumn fresh (increased flow) along the Goulburn River during late March and early April will water vegetation on the lower river bank and maintain habitat for in-stream plants, bugs and fish.
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