Bogies and Beyond
The Goulburn Broken CMA has received funding from the Victorian Government’s Our Catchments Our Communities strategy to work with the Strathbogie Ranges community to develop a natural resource management plan that considers possible future climate change scenarios, and prioritises a range of actions that will make sure the natural features the community values can be improved.
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Two citizen science projects are currently under way to deliver on some the priorities identified in the plan.
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Our native eucalypt trees are special for a variety of reasons, including their beauty, shade and shelter and for providing habitat to our unique wildlife.
One of the most important natural resources in the Strathbogie Ranges is groundwater. Many of us rely on groundwater to fill dams and tanks and it’s critical for maintaining the health of our creeks and wetlands.