With four children under the age of five, sleep is a precious commodity for Tongala dairy farmer Scott Fitzgerald and his wife, Anna.
Cornella Creek landholders are invited to a community information session in Colbinabbin on August 16 to provide feedback on a new drainage proposal for their district.
Young farmers and other agriculture industry professionals are being urged to get in quickly for their chance to attend one of two free dinner workshops to be held in Numurkah and Benalla later this month.
The Goulburn Broken CMA is partnering with Deakin University on an innovative project to better understand farm management practices in the Goulburn Broken Catchment & our capacity to adapt to changing climates.
Opening all the regulators on Barmah Forest’s creeks next week will help native fish movement as Murray River flows start to increase.
The Nagambie Angling Club was one of the big winners out of a recent funding announcement aimed at boosting recreational fishing in Victoria.
Farmers and communities in the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District (GMID) need to continue to adapt to changes in water supply and land-use to remain competitive: that’s the clear message of two reports released by the Goulburn Broken CMA today.
Water bugs and plants that provide food and shelter for native fish and other aquatic animals will benefit from an environmental flow along the lower Goulburn River planned for mid-June.
The water level in Casey’s Weir on the Broken River has been lowered to allow work to prevent the spread of
the aquatic weed cabomba.
Applying for funding from Round Five of the Farm Water Program was a ‘no-brainer’ for Tatura dairy farmer Mark Ryan.
Irrigators have been the obvious benefactors from the Farm Water Program, led by the Goulburn Broken CMA, but there’s also been a positive flow-on effect for related industries.
A decade of annual surveys in the Goulburn River has provided researchers with a clearer understanding of the impacts of flow events on native fish populations.
Harston landholders are invited to a community information session on April 26 to provide feedback on a new drainage proposal for their district.
Innovative approaches to improve farm irrigation efficiency including solar-powered pumps to reduce energy costs and sprinklers that can adjust the amount of water applied to suit the soil type, are among the 98 projects worth around $35 million funded through the latest round of the Farm Water Program.
In a Victorian first, all 10 Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs) have undertaken regional climate change adaptation planning that is now available through a one-stop online portal.