A decline in frog numbers across the Goulburn Murray region has sparked a campaign to highlight the threats to local frog populations and what can be done to ensure their survival.
Expressions of interest (EOI) are now open to landholders and land managers to undertake works to protect and improve areas of native vegetation.
2020-21 marks the 30th anniversary of the Shepparton Irrigation Region Land and Water Management Plan (SIRLWMP)- a Plan established to direct strategic investment across the irrigated landscape of the Goulburn Broken catchment.
Wednesday 1 September 2021
If you have an interest in drainage within the Goulburn Murray irrigation District (GMID), we’d love to hear what you think about the draft GMID Drainage Management Strategy
The call for photographs to feature in the 2022 Goulburn Broken Catchment calendar is now open.
Matt Trewin, fifth generation farmer, is curious about how to manage his 1000 acre dryland cropping farm, incorporating nature to create beauty, develop alternative income sources and build the resilience of his land.
Landcare proudly presents Ron Litjens with an informative discussion about the value of Paddock Trees.
Orange sludge spotted in creeks in parts of the Goulburn Broken region is a natural phenomenon and not cause for concern.
Recovering riverbank vegetation will receive a welcome drink with a delivery of water for the environment planned for the lower Goulburn River during late autumn.
Lake Benalla is slowly refilling as increased flows from Hollands Creek start making their way downstream after recent rain.
A grey box seedling planted to replace two dead trees in a paddock 18 months ago is thriving nicely, safely protected from cattle grazing by a purpose-built mesh guard.
Barmah National Park has experienced its biggest water bird nesting event in four years.
Wednesday 3 February 2021
Goulburn Broken CMA and Goulburn Murray Water are monitoring water quality across the catchment after Friday’s rain.
The 2019-20 Goulburn Broken CMA annual report was tabled in the Victorian Parliament in November.
Wednesday 16 December 2020
The water level in Lake Benalla will start to be slowly drawn down from February 8 to control the aquatic weed cabomba.