The Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network (CMN) has won the 2015 Cobram (Moira Shire) Environment Project of the Year Australia Day Award, and received a Special Mention at the Moira Shire Council ceremony on the following Thursday.
Financial incentives are available for eligible landholders to protect and improve the quality of remnant vegetation and wetlands on their properties through the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority’s (CMA’s) Nationally Significant Wetland and Woodland Ecosystem Conservation Project.
An outbreak of Cabomba, a highly invasive aquatic weed, has been largely controlled in the Broken River in and upstream of Lake Benalla after almost 6 years of effort.
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA), Goulburn-Murray Water (G-MW), the Victorian Environmental Water Holder (VEWH), the Department of Economic Development, the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), Landcare Networks and the community are working together to implement a variety of measures to monitor and manage water quality in areas recently affected by fire.
Research from the Arthur Rylah Institute has shed significant new light on the importance of environmental flows for native fish.
Northern Victorian irrigators need to ensure they are ready for the release of funding under Tranche 2 of the Victorian Government’s Victorian Farm Modernisation Project (VFMP).
Community groups with innovative ideas on ways to protect and improve the Goulburn Broken Catchment’s natural resources are invited to apply for funding through the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) annual Expression of Interest (EOI) process
Monitoring has shown the second of two spring environmental flow releases in the lower Goulburn River triggered hundreds of Golden perch (Yellow belly) to spawn from Murchison to the Murray.
The northern Victorian consortium’s Farm Water Program, led by the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA), has won the Australian Water Association (AWA) - Victorian Program Innovation Award and is now a finalist in the National Awards in Adelaide in 2015.
Have you ever wondered what irrigation farms of the future will look like?
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Chief Executive Officer Chris Norman recently participated as one of only 50 scientists and experts from across the world in a United Nations workshop aimed at identifying indicators for assessing agro-ecosystem resilience.
A large scale honeysuckle control program has re-commenced along the Yea River in the Upland Slopes region of the Goulburn Broken catchment.
A study is currently underway to prepare a Floodplain Management Plan for Numurkah. The nature of flooding in the town has been examined to determine how flooding may be managed in the future.
Landcare and community groups involved with natural resource management are encouraged to complete the Australian Government’s National Landcare Survey.
Yorta Yorta elders joined 25 young Aboriginal people in the four day Yorta Yorta Youth Journey late last month, camping on Country through northern Victoria and southern New South Wales.