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Media Releases

All past media releases from Goulburn Broken CMA, listed chronologically.

Barmah-Millewa Forest Research Conference

Monday 18 March 2013
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority, in partnership with Murray Darling Basin Authority, Office of Environment and Heritage, Parks Victoria and Yorta Yorta Aboriginal Corporation, is holding a research conference to bring together a broad range of researchers who have been involved with research and monitoring projects in the Barmah-Millewa Forests.

Residents learn more about bats’ ecological importance

Monday 18 March 2013
More than 100 people learnt more about the ecological importance of bats at two events held during the long weekend.

Weed management at Barmah on target

Monday 18 March 2013
More than 500 ha of weeds, including willow and blackberry, have been treated in Barmah National Park.

Funds available to protect remnant vegetation

Tuesday 5 March 2013
Protecting two natural wetlands on his Nathalia sheep grazing property will preserve its unique features for future generations to enjoy, says Geoff Carland.

Creek monitored in wake of Violet Town-Boho fire

Monday 4 March 2013
Sediment levels in Honeysuckle Creek have increased as a result of last week's heavy rainfall in the fire-affected Violet Town-Boho area.

Residents encouraged to share rainfall readings

Monday 4 March 2013
Residents in Shepparton East and surrounds are encouraged to contact the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) with information about the amount of rain that fell on their properties on February 27 and 28.

Is that a weed?

Wednesday 20 February 2013
Learn to identify weeds such as cabomba.  The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) and Benalla Rural City Council are hosting a workshop in March to help the community identify aquatic weeds. Goulburn Broken CMA Environmental Water Project Officer Jo Wood said the workshop would help participants identify invasive weed species such as Cabomba and Arrowhead, and increase their understanding of weeds' impact on the environment. "The skills and knowledge gained from the...

On-farm works improve small farm management

Friday 15 February 2013
At a glance

Watertable levels rising again

Thursday 14 February 2013
The 2012 shallow watertable map, recently completed for the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA), shows groundwater levels are rising.

Goulburn Broken Landcare projects impress visiting US academic

Wednesday 13 February 2013
A visiting USA Professor specialising in environmental and natural resources planning says she is impressed by the variety and success of Landcare projects under taken in the Goulburn Broken catchment.

Going in to bat for bats

Wednesday 6 February 2013
Two free events organised by the Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network (CMN) will be held in March to celebrate Australasian Bat Night, an initiative of the Australasian Bat Association.

Have your say on improving the health of the Yea River

Tuesday 29 January 2013
Landholders along the Yea River between Westbridge Rd and the Goulburn River are invited to take part in a project to support and protect the endangered Macquarie Perch.

Hollands Creek survey results show rehabilitation work pays off

Tuesday 29 January 2013
The endangered Macquarie Perch population in Hollands Creek has significantly increased, according to a recent report prepared by the Arthur Rylah Institute for Environment Research for the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA).
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