Media Releases

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

A new approach for managing our catchment

Monday 3 November 2008
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA) is seeking public comment on the regions new Dryland Landscape Strategy (DLS).

New life for Delatite River

Wednesday 29 October 2008
Dead stands of willows and sycamores and fallen exotic timber are being cleared from the Delatite River, upstream of Merrijig and through to Mirimbah.

Protecting waterway pools, supporting critical wildlife

Wednesday 29 October 2008
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is urging landowners to protect remnant pools of water, within local streams, during the current drought.

Waterway frontage protection, even more critical during drought

Wednesday 29 October 2008
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is urging landowners to protect waterway frontages during the current drought.

Supporting regional communities in the grip of drought

Tuesday 28 October 2008
Local communities, affected by continued drought conditions, will benefit from the recent announcement of an extension to the Drought Employment Program within the Goulburn Broken Catchment.

Ten years of insights and inspiration

Tuesday 28 October 2008
International River foundation launches River Journeys, the human history of award-winning river restoration projects worldwide.

New conservation network celebrated as part of biodiversity month

Thursday 25 September 2008
A new Conservation Management Network (CMN) will be launched in the Goulburn Broken Catchment as part of Biodiversity Month. Jim Castles, Conservation Management Network Coordinator for the GB CMA said the launch will be held at the Costerfield Hall so locals can come along and find out more about the plants and animals that can be found within this Conservation Management Network area and the importance of our Box-Ironbark vegetation communities.

New signage highlights access points on the Delatite

Tuesday 23 September 2008
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA) wish to inform the Upper Goulburn community, that signs were recently erected to illustrate where Crown Land exists providing access points to the Delatite River for passive recreational pursuits.

Catchment committees to merge

Friday 19 September 2008
Two Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority committees are combining to become one to ensure the long term sustainability of the Goulburn Broken dryland.

Victory for Local Wildlife

Tuesday 16 September 2008
Endangered bird species and other native fauna in the Strathmerton area are now reaping the benefits from a conservation management revegetation program first implemented in 2002.

Burning willows cause of smoke

Tuesday 2 September 2008
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA) advises the Thornton community that they will be burning the debris piles on the Goulburn River next week which dependent upon the wind, may cause unavoidable smoke cover.

Local Wetlands under spotlight in Biodiversity Month

Tuesday 2 September 2008
Numurkah's wetlands and woodland birds will be the focus of the Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network (BB CMN) celebrations during Septembers "Biodiversity Month".

New book raises weed awareness

Thursday 28 August 2008
A new book released by the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GBCMA) is not only helping land managers recognise harmful weeds, but is also being used as a curriculum tool by local education providers.

Local landholders are praising works of the CMA

Tuesday 26 August 2008
Landholders in the Upper Goulburn region are praising the conservation management works of the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA).

Birds find a refuge

Thursday 21 August 2008
Thousands of waterbirds have found a welcome drought refuge at wetlands near Shepparton and Numurkah in northern Victoria.
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