All Media Releases

All past media releases from Goulburn Broken CMA, listed chronologically.
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World Wetlands Day 2 February

Thursday 2 February 2012
 What is World Wetlands Day? People across the Goulburn Broken region are urged to visit a local wetland to help celebrate World Wetlands Day. World Wetlands Day is celebrated internationally each year on 2 February and marks the anniversary of the Ramsar Convention signing in 1971. The international theme for World Wetlands Day 2012 is Wetlands and Tourism – a great experience. For more information on the Ramsar Convention and World Wetlands Day please visit the Ramsar website www.ramsar.org.   Wetlands in the Goulburn Broken Catchment Over 2000 wetlands have been recorded in the Goulburn Broken Catchment and are a unique part of the landscape. They include small alpine bogs, floodplain billabongs, River Red Gum forests, large open lakes and shallow seasonal swamps. Wetlands are among the most productive ecosystems on earth supporting distinctive plant and animal communities. Wetlands also perform many vital functions including water purification, erosion control, flood mitigation, nutrient recycling and groundwater recharge. Many wetlands in the Goulburn Broken region are also popular for tourism and recreational activities. These include Barmah National Park, Kinnairds Wetland, Tahbilk Lagoon, Winton Wetlands and Yea Wetlands.    World Wetlands Day Newsletter   So take the opportunity to get out and experience our wonderful wetlands.  

Irrigators urged to update Whole Farm Plans

Wednesday 1 February 2012
1 February 2012

Fish love Snags.

Thursday 19 January 2012
Re-snagging the Goulburn to increase native fish habitat and improve recreational fishing opportunities between Seymour and Nagambie.

‘Mossie’ Opening Celebrated

Wednesday 4 January 2012
It is said that some people would attend the opening of an envelope.

Survey of levees along the Murray and Goulburn Rivers

Friday 23 December 2011
Friday, December 23, 2011

Keep up the good work!

Tuesday 13 December 2011
With funding from the Fire Recovery Program, the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has undertaken two very successful seasons of weed control works along waterways burnt in the 2009 fires. The time is right now for landholders to continue to manage these weeds.

Surveying and Mapping of the devastating weed - Cabomba

Tuesday 13 December 2011
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) and the Benalla Rural City Council (BRCC) are encouraging the local community and visitors to the region to prevent the spread of one of the most invasive aquatic weeds in Australia.

Resources for Recovery Funds Allocated for repair of flood damage

Monday 28 November 2011
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has received a boost to its Flood Recovery Program with the allocation of additional funding from the State Government.

AUSTRALIAN SHOWCASE: MODERNISATION AND WATER MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCES in Iran Special Session on Australia at the 21st ICID Congress on Irrigation and Drainage

Friday 25 November 2011
The Shepparton Irrigation Region was showcased recently on the international stage by several local irrigation industry members. The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) co-ordinated a team of water experts in putting together a special showcase around water management in Australia at the recent 21st International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) held in the capital of Iran, Tehran.

Talking Fish – telling tales and making connections with the rivers of the Murray-Darling Basin

Wednesday 23 November 2011
Stories about people and their rivers

Environmental water to be released down the Goulburn River

Monday 14 November 2011
Chief Executive Officer of the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA), Mr Chris Norman, today announced that environmental water will be released down the Goulburn River during November and December in line with the Victorian Environmental Water Holder’s (VEWH) Seasonal Watering Plan.

“Habitat makes fish happen!” - Native Fish Awareness week 2011

Tuesday 8 November 2011
This year’s Native Fish Awareness Week is going online with its “Habitat makes fish happen!” theme in a new strategy aimed at reaching around half a million recreational fishing buffs in Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin.

Farmers protecting wetlands makes good cent$

Thursday 27 October 2011
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is offering a unique opportunity for farmers that own a wetland (swamp, bog, billabong or marsh) in the plains of the Goulburn Broken Catchment.The Goulburn Broken CMA is calling for Expressions of Interest for the Plains Wetland Tender from private landholders that think they may have a wetland within the designated project area.

$43.7mil for Farm Water Program is a win-win for the region

Thursday 20 October 2011
The Farm Water Program led by the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) will receive $43.7 million as part of the on-farm irrigation efficiency program announced this week by the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments. This was part of the agreement between these Governments to deliver the nation's largest irrigation infrastructure renewal project.The irrigation efficiency project will generate 20 GL of water savings by investing in on-farm irrigation infrastructure upgrades for surface and pressurised systems. 10 gigalitres (GL) of the water savings will be consolidated and transferred to the Commonwealth for the environment. The remaining 10 GL will be allocated to irrigators participating in the project who will also contribute $4.9 million.
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