All Media Releases

All past media releases from Goulburn Broken CMA, listed chronologically.
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Support for Landcare maintained for 2009/10

Monday 28 September 2009
The full transition to the Australian Government "Caring for Our Country" natural resource management funding program is now being felt across the state. This is especially affecting the delivery of traditional facilitator/coordinator support to grass roots Landcare groups. Recent commentary from around the state has seen a number of positions lost or redirected to other programs.

In the spotlight: with Peter Gibson

Wednesday 19 August 2009

Community Education Grants

Tuesday 28 July 2009
The Broken Goulburn Implementation Committee Community Education Grants support community education and awareness of environment related catchment issues. The grants of up to $4,000 are provided to non-profit community groups and schools to assist them to promote catchment issues within their community.

Karen Brisbane joins GBCMA

Monday 27 July 2009

Water, Carbon and Revegetation – balancing Catchment challenges

Thursday 23 July 2009
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority hosted the launch of a new and exciting research project in the catchment on June 21, 2009 in partnership with Monash University's Australian Centre for Biodiversity.

Goulburn Broken CMA Chair and Board members

Wednesday 8 July 2009
Chairperson

Box Ironbark Ecology Course

Thursday 2 July 2009
Nagambie, 5-9 October 2009The course

Upper Goulburn Art Collection on the move

Friday 26 June 2009
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is pleased to announce that the Seymour and District Art Society are the new temporary custodians of the Upper Goulburn Art Collection. The Upper Goulburn Art Collection has been managed as a travelling exhibition by the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA) with works displayed in Council offices, libraries and other locations around the upper Goulburn catchment for the community to enjoy.

Broken Boosey Calendar Photo Competition

Saturday 20 June 2009
The Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network (BBCMN) is once again holding a photo competition as part of the development of our 2010 Biodiversity and Waterways Management Calendar.

Community Education Grants support catchment education partnerships

Friday 19 June 2009
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority advises that the Community Education Grants 2009-10 round is now open.

Australian government and Victorian CMAs helping communities and the environment recover from Black Saturday bushfires

Monday 15 June 2009
After the devastation of the Black Saturday bushfires, landholders, public land managers and the environment are getting assistance from a government program that provides grants for environmental projects.

Have your say on local waterways

Wednesday 3 June 2009
Have your say on local waterways, in world-first research looking at the social importance of lakes, rivers, creeks, wetlands and estuaries.

Drought Refuge for Waterbirds at Reedy Swamp

Friday 1 May 2009
Reedy Swamp is currently receiving a much-needed drink to maintain it as a drought refuge this year.

Works to ease impacts of heavy rain

Tuesday 24 March 2009
Early warning systems are being set up to allow authorities to respond quickly if heavy rain in the coming months washes fire ash into waterways.

Farmers need to act now to protect farm water supplies

Tuesday 3 March 2009
Contamination of farm dam water supply is an immediate threat after bushfire, warns Department of Primary Industries Soils and Water Team Leader Bruce Radford. "Large amounts of ash, sediment and debris can be washed into dams after rain resulting in unusable water supplies," Mr Radford said. Farmers in fire affected areas need to act now, before significant rains, to ensure they protect their water supplies. Farmers also need to take steps to protect water supplies from runoff out of stock containment areas. Mr Radford advises that contamination of water supply by ash, sediment and organic matter does not generally pose a health risk to stock. However, stock often refuse to drink the contaminated water. High volumes of sediment entering dams will reduce the storage capacity of the dam. Large amounts of organic matter, e.g. dung, can result in algal blooms, deoxygenation of the water and water becoming unusable.
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