All Media Releases

All past media releases from Goulburn Broken CMA, listed chronologically.
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Continued support for waterways impacted by 2009 Fires

Thursday 3 June 2010
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA) is continuing to rehabilitate and protect streams impacted by 2009 fires.

Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network Photo Competition

Tuesday 1 June 2010
It's on again, the annual Photo Competition to gather photos for the 2011 calendar. Held each year, the photo competition is a fantastic way for local people in the Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network (BB CMN) region to showcase their photographic skills.

New Chairman for Goulburn Broken CMA

Thursday 29 April 2010
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is pleased to announce the new appointment of Peter Ryan as Chair following the recent resignation of Dr Huw Davies.

Helping farmers defeat gorse

Thursday 22 April 2010
Australian farmers have a revitalised weapon to help fight one of Australia's most serious weeds - gorse - with the launch today of the revised Gorse National Best Practice Manual.

GB CMA Fully Funded Fencing Opportunities

Friday 19 March 2010
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA ) has received joint state and federal government funding to support fencing along waterways burnt in the February 2009 bushfires. With the employment of GB CMA works crews later this month there will be two options available to landholders for fencing support. Option 1: As has been available for sometime now is the offer of $8/m subsidy for a standard fence, or $6/m subsidy for an electric fence. There is now an additional option 2: Where the GB CMA will supply materials equivalent to a standard fence and the new GB CMA work crews will be fully supervised to construct the fence. Paul Hobby, GBCMA Fire Recovery Work Crews Coordinator, said "The works crews will be engaged primarily to construct fences, however weed spraying, rubbish removal, and tree planting will also be carried out within the burnt region of the catchment."

Sagittaria Symposium brings key agencies together

Thursday 11 March 2010
A Symposium on the management of pest-plant Sagittaria (commonly known as Arrowhead) will be held on Tuesday 18th March 2010 in Barooga.

Broken and Boosey Creeks

Friday 19 February 2010
Folllowing the release of a number of concerns at the environmental condition of the Broken and Boosey Creek system, the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority would like to clarify some misconceptions currently circulating about the state of the creek system.

Dry Creek Post Fire Weed Control

Friday 12 February 2010
With funding the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA) received through Caring For Our Country, post fire weed control works were recently completed along the Sunday Creek.

Yea River Post-Fire Weed Control

Friday 12 February 2010
With funding the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA) received through Caring For Our Country, post fire weed control works were recently completed along the King Parrot Creek.

CMA responding to summer low flows

Thursday 7 January 2010
The current string of very hot days has resulted in extremely high water temperatures in our streams which have resulted in a small number of local water quality issues, including some fish deaths.

Water strategy a boost to rivers, wetlands

Tuesday 15 December 2009
The release of the Victorian Government's Northern Region Sustainable Water Strategy last week was a positive outcome for northern Victoria's rivers, wetlands and floodplain sites, incoming GB CMA chief executive officer, Chris Norman said.

On Farm Irrigation Efficiency Program Proposal submitted to the Australian Government

Friday 4 December 2009
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has submitted a proposal for funding farm irrigation efficiency activities across the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District to the Australian Government's On-farm Irrigation Efficiency Program following a call for applications in November this year. This proposal has been developed with a consortium of regional partners.

Sunday Creek Post Fire Weed Control

Thursday 19 November 2009
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA) has been allocated Federal funding through Caring For Our Country to support post fire weed control along waterways in the catchment. The GB CMA plans to use this funding to make the most of the opportunity to control re-emerging weeds on waterways burnt in the February fires.

Drought Refuge for Waterbirds at Reedy Swamp

Monday 9 November 2009
Reedy Swamp is continuing to provide significant drought refuge for waterbirds, thanks to a recent allocation of water.

Environmental water for Barmah wetlands

Monday 9 November 2009
The 2009/2010 Environmental Watering Program is soon to commence in the Barmah wetlands and waterways using 2.35 gigalitres of environmental water to support the health of wetland-dependant flora and fauna.
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