Around 300 people enjoyed Goulburn Broken CMA’s Fish Circus in Avenel on Saturday, September 12, which aimed to raise awareness of threats to the endangered Macquarie perch population in Hughes Creek.
This year’s spring environmental flow release from Goulburn Weir near Nagambie is due to begin Monday, September 28.
Spotted Jezebel butterflies are hatching on southern sandalwood (Santalum leptocladum) trees on a property on the Richardson’s Lagoon sand hills near Torrumbarry.
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is taking part in the Granite Creeks Flood Study in partnership with Department of Environment Land Water and Planning, VICSES, Strathbogie Shire Council, City of Greater Shepparton and Benalla Rural City Council.
The Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network (CMN) held a bus trip and field day on Sunday 23rd August for the ‘Blueprint for Woodland Birds in the Broken Boosey’ project.
Whole farm planning incentives are now available to land managers with properties in the Shepparton Irrigation Region, comprising of Central Goulburn, Murray Valley, Shepparton and Rochester irrigation areas only.
A recent nest box building workshop held in Rushworth resulted in the construction and installation of 40 nest boxes, which will provide much needed habitat for endangered box ironbark forest marsupials.
A free family fun day on Saturday 12th September in Avenel
Wilmot Road Primary School students will feature in the upcoming Goulburn Broken CMA radio campaign.
Groups and individuals improving environmental health in the Goulburn Broken Catchment were recognised at the 2015 Goulburn Broken Community Natural Resource Management (NRM) Awards on June 19.
Nominations from community members are now being sought to fill vacancies on the new Shepparton Irrigation Region People and Planning Integration Committee (SIRPPIC).
Graeme and Bev Trewin of Devenish have one of the last known Quandong trees (Santalum acuminatum) in the Goulburn Broken Catchment on their property.
Funding is available for landholders in the Goulburn Broken Catchment who want to carry out works to protect and improve the health and resilience of the King Parrot Creek and the Yea River.
Almost 5000 people have downloaded the free iSpy Frogs and iSpy Fish apps since they were launched in 2013 - 2014 by the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA).
A once degraded site near Nathalia that was direct seeded with native trees and shrubs in 2003 has attracted a family of Sugar Gliders.