From 1 July 2013 landholders along the Campaspe River, from the Wombat State Forest to Echuca, can apply for environmental incentives as part of ‘Caring for the Campaspe’ – a project working to improve the condition of the river’s riparian vegetation
The North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is coordinating environmental water releases to the Loddon River, between Loddon Weir and Kerang Weir during winter commencing on 13 May.
Volunteer week, 13-19 May 2013, is a nationally recognised week acknowledging volunteers across Australia. North central Victoria is home to many volunteer groups and individuals who go about their business with little fuss or fanfare.
The North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA), in partnership with Goulburn-Murray Water, continues to undertake works in an effort to control the Pale Yellow Water Lily (Nymphaea sp) on Gunbower Creek and associated lagoons.
Landholders interested in biological farming practices are encouraged to register with the North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) for two upcoming information days. The two sessions will be held in Kerang on 7 May and Echuca on 21 May.
A third and final community meeting to discuss the Draft Rochester Flood Management Plan will be held at the Rochester Racecourse and Recreation Reserve (Four R’s) on Wednesday 1 May from 6.30 pm.
A Joint media release with Kilter Rural P/L: An innovative project to increase soil carbon levels is being trialled within the Torrumbarry Irrigation area, in northern Victoria.
A field day to learn more about the ‘Future Farming Landscapes’ project in the Lake Boga area is being held on properties managed by Kilter Pty Ltd on Thursday 16 May. A field day bus will depart from the Lake Boga Community Centre at 1.00 pm and return at 3.30 pm
More than 250 people participated in a range of activities during a week-long celebration of Gunbower Island. Hosted by the North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) and the Gannawarra Shire Council, Gunbower Island week was an opportunity to learn more about the unique values of the area.
Landholders in the Avoca area are currently being encouraged by the North Central Catchment Management Authority to consider fencing their waterway frontage. Funds are available now for materials and fencing contractors, meaning in many cases fences can be completed at no cost to the landholder.