Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Chief Executive Officer Chris Norman recently participated as one of only 50 scientists and experts from across the world in a United Nations workshop aimed at identifying indicators for assessing agro-ecosystem resilience.
A large scale honeysuckle control program has re-commenced along the Yea River in the Upland Slopes region of the Goulburn Broken catchment.
A study is currently underway to prepare a Floodplain Management Plan for Numurkah. The nature of flooding in the town has been examined to determine how flooding may be managed in the future.
Landcare and community groups involved with natural resource management are encouraged to complete the Australian Government’s National Landcare Survey.
Yorta Yorta elders joined 25 young Aboriginal people in the four day Yorta Yorta Youth Journey late last month, camping on Country through northern Victoria and southern New South Wales.
Financial incentives are available to landholders who want to protect wetlands on private land in the Goulburn Broken Catchment.
Landholders farming in the Glenaroua district are invited to a free field day to learn about the relationship of soils to pasture growth and the quality of feed for stock.
The Goulburn Broken CMA is proud to publish the first state-wide CMA Actions and Achievements report.
More than 250 snags will be placed along 2 kilometres of Broken Creek downstream of Numurkah in coming weeks.
One hundred and five people participated in the Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network’s (BBCMN) Practical Parrot Action Project Taminick Walk & Squawk – With a touch of Turquoise, on Sunday October 19th.
Monitoring has shown the spring environmental flow release below the Goulburn Weir near Nagambie has stimulated some Golden perch (yellow belly) breeding in the Goulburn River.
The first of two spring environmental flow releases from Goulburn Weir near Nagambie is due to begin on Friday, October 10.
The recent sighting of brolga at Reedy Swamp north of Shepparton may be a first, says Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Environmental Water Project Officer Jo Wood.
Local Plans identifying the land, water, biodiversity and productivity priorities in four of the six broad geographic regions that make up the Goulburn Broken Catchment are now available for public comment.
A free forum detailing the ins and outs of using organic material on farm will be a great way for landholders to improve their understanding of the opportunities and challenges of using animal manures and composts, Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Land Health Manager Rhiannon Apted says.