To our partner organisations, Landcare networks, community natural resource groups, farming groups and landholders who have engaged in learning at field days, workshops and meetings across the Goulburn Broken region this financial year - THANK YOU.
The community of volunteers and staff that we are priviledged to work alongside in this region is fantastic. Such a diverse range of skills and energy bring high qualtiy Natural resource outcomes to our land - both private and public.
This photo is taken at the Mansfield Secondary College. It was here we met with the Minister for Environment, Lily D'Ambrosio, on Taungurung Country. This indigenous garden evolved from a vision to bring a greater understanding of indigenous culture to Mansfield. The students were able to work with Landcare, Goulburn Broken CMA, Taungurung Land and Waters Council, local Taungurung elders, community members and funding from DELWP, and the Goulburn Broken CMA to make their vision a reality.
We look forward to working alongside you in the coming 2022-23 year.