Media Releases

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

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).

Round ’em up and reel ’em in at the Victoria Park Lake Carp Muster

Thursday 24 January 2013
People are being encouraged to help get rid of pest fish from Shepparton's Victoria Park Lake at a free Carp Muster organized for World Wetlands Day on Saturday, February 2.

Sustainable agriculture experiences shared during Thai trip

Wednesday 23 January 2013
Coping with natural disasters is a way of life for south-east Asian farmers, Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority Landcare Corporate Partnerships Facilitator Karen Brisbane learned during a recent trip to Thailand.

Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network’s work recognised

Tuesday 22 January 2013
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority Chief Executive Officer Chris Norman today congratulated the Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network (CMN) on winning the 2013 Moira Shire Australia Day Environment Project of the Year Award for its Woodland Bird Project.

iSpy Frogs app use grows in leaps and bounds

Friday 11 January 2013
More than 1000 people have downloaded the free iSpy Frogs app since it was launched by the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) three months ago.

Goulburn River fish health linked to flows

Wednesday 2 January 2013
Increased numbers of Murray Cod and Golden Perch and declines in introduced Redfin Perch compared to 20 years ago, are just two of the findings of a recently completed study of fish populations in the lower Goulburn River.

Weed control ramps up for 2013

Wednesday 2 January 2013
Early summer is the best time for landholders to start tackling weeds, according to Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority River Health Officer Kirsten Roszak.

Pest plant still lurking in Lake Benalla

Friday 14 December 2012
Work to eradicate Cabomba is about to start around Jaycee Island, Lake Benalla, as part of the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority's and Benalla Rural City Council's (RCC) efforts to control the weed.

Thoughtless actions threaten native fish species

Friday 14 December 2012
A protected trout cod population at Gooram Falls near Euroa was threatened after a pollutant, believed to have been detergent, was added to the water. 

Northern Victorian irrigators miss out

Wednesday 12 December 2012
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority Chairman Peter Ryan said the Farm Water Program consortium was very disappointed for regional irrigators that it had not secured in-principle funding through Round 3 of the Australian Government’s On-Farm Irrigation Efficiency Program.

"The Golden Forest" Field Day

Wednesday 5 December 2012
Twenty-seven people enjoyed a fabulous and informative day recently in the Heathcote-Graytown National Park with presenter David Meagher who is a lecturer on the social and natural environment at the annual Box Ironbark Ecology Course.
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