Flows in the Goulburn River are starting to increase to meet demand from Murray River users. The increased flows are not environmental flows for the Goulburn River.
Groundwater levels have dropped across the region due to prolonged dry conditions in 2018- 19, Goulburn-Murray Water’s (GMW) annual water table study shows.
Goulburn Broken CMA is keeping an eye on water quality in creeks, rivers and wetlands across the catchment with forecasts for a dry, warm spring and summer.
Goulburn Broken CMA has declared 2019 the Year of the Paddock Tree and one Landcare group is jumping on board to protect the next generation of these critically important parts of the landscape.
Cactus was in the firing line at a recent working bee at Wunghnu Common
A Country Cuppas gathering will be held in Euroa on Wednesday October 16 as part of the Victorian Rural Women’s Network’s International Day of Rural Women celebrations.
Wednesday 18 September 2019
Water for the environment is being delivered along the lower Goulburn River to encourage seed and sediment distributed on the river’s lower and mid-banks during the July environmental flow to grow and spread.
Thursday 12 September 2019
Projects to fund community efforts to tackle weeds such as blackberry and gorse, provide practical land-management advice to small, new and absentee landholders and upgrade popular walking and cycling tracks have been funded through the latest round of the Victorian Government’s Victorian Landcare Grants Program
A call is going out for people to get involved in a citizen science project to keep track of platypus numbers in
rivers across the Goulburn Broken Catchment.
A 60-year-old Buxton man was ordered to pay a total of $7500 and placed under a good behaviour bond after he illegally cleared Crown land beside the Steavenson River near Buxton.
A short-term change to the minimum amount of water for the environment being used in the Broken River will
ensure the river’s health is maintained if conditions remain dry this season.
The call for photographs to feature in the popular Conservation Management Network (CMN) annual calendar is now open.
School holidays are just around the corner and there is no better time or place to be out camping, boating, kayaking, fishing and hiking than in the internationally recognised Barmah National Park.
Water for the environment is due to be delivered downstream of Goulburn Weir from early July.
With fire restrictions now lifted across the region, authorities have come together to urge landholders to be vigilant about protecting their paddock trees during the stubble burning season.