Tuesday 22 September 2020
A call is going out for expressions of interest for future rounds of the popular On Your Guard initiative.
Free, regularly updated information to help with land-use planning, flood preparedness and flood insurance is now available for 14 communities across the Goulburn Broken region.
With lambing and calving well under way, fallen trees can provide much-needed shelter from cold, wind and rain for young stock.
Regulators in the Barmah Forest will be opened from today (August 14) to allow water to flow through wetlands and creeks in the Ramsar-listed site as the Murray River rises in response to recent and forecast rain.
One of the last remaining wild populations of silver banksia in the north-east Victoria is being protected thanks to the Taungurung Land and Water Council and Goulburn Broken CMA.
Water for the environment will be delivered to the Kanyapella Basin east of Echuca for the first time later this month.
The call for photographs to feature in the popular Conservation Management Network (CMN) annual calendar is now open.
Chris Cumming has been appointed as the new CEO of the Goulburn Broken CMA, commencing Monday June 1.
Wildlife and vegetation in a small number of the Goulburn Broken catchment’s wetlands will get a drink for the first time in more than a year.
Testing soil pH helps farmers determine if soil acidity is affecting their pasture productivity.
A trial is under way to increase knowledge and understanding of pollinators and ways to attract them to productive gardens using indigenous flowering plants.
The value of planned grazing in helping farmers manage for climate change was the focus of a workshop held in Yarck in early March.
It is no coincidence that critically endangered swift parrots choose the cooler months to make the precarious
journey from their breeding tree hollows in southern Tasmania to the forests of Victoria’s Goulburn Broken
catchment and beyond.
Initial results from recent monitoring show the high volumes of water traded and transferred to downstream Murray users during summer - known as inter-valley transfers (IVT) – is damaging important streamside vegetation and leading to increased erosion.
The Drought Employment Program (DEP) continues to deliver outcomes across the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District (GMID).