Access to a popular Goulburn River fishing site by Gilmour’s Bridge near Thornton is about to be improved.
Grants of up to $10,000 are available through the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority’s Beyond Soilcare project for organisations to run activities and events for local farmers that promote sustainable farming and soil health activities.
Endangered and threatened species in the Goulburn Broken Catchment including the Regent Honeyeater, Warby Swamp Gum, Superb Parrot and Euroa Guinea Flower will be protected thanks to funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.
The Goulburn Broken CMA is running two free strategic planning workshops to help set your farm business up to better cope with dry and variable seasonal conditions.
The Victorian Government’s Our Catchments, Our Communities strategy aims to provide strategic directions on how integrated catchment management can deliver better long-term land productivity and environmental goals across the state.
With a dress code of frocks and gumboots, the inaugural Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Chicks in the Sticks gathering at Mt Buller on November 27 is certain to be a memorable celebration of the achievements of rural women.
Landholders interested in grants to protect box-gum grassy woodlands, grey box and buloke grassy woodlands, or seasonal herbaceous wetlands on their property are invited to lodge an Expression of Interest with the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) by November 13.
An advisory group representing the interests of industry, farmers and community in the Shepparton Irrigation Region may have a new name but will continue the good work done by previous similar groups over the past two decades.
The importance of different types and ages of vegetation and trees in supporting the region’s native wildlife was highlighted at a Whroo Goldfields Conservation Management Network (CMN) field day at One Eye Forest near Heathcote recently.
Environmental watering has triggered fish spawning, improved water quality and helped wetlands recover
from fires in the Goulburn-Broken catchment, a new report has shown.
Anglers are being urged to report sightings of the pest fish Oriental Weatherloach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus) after reports of increased numbers within the Goulburn River around Seymour.
A recently completed environmental flow, and previous years’ environmental deliveries, will help the Goulburn River environment cope with forecast dry conditions.
Landholders interested in grants to protect sand ridge woodlands species, such as silver banksia, white cypress, sweet bursaria and yellow box, on their property are invited to lodge an Expression of Interest with the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) by November 30.
Join in a farm tour of the Tolmie region investigating different farming enterprises and business models.
More than 1600 aquatic plants will be planted at three wetlands in the region next week to boost wetland biodiversity and provide valuable shelter and food for wildlife.