This document is the Charles Sturt University (CSU) final research report of landholder participation in Loddon River Health projects.
The North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) works to protect the natural environment in North Central Victoria, with a focus on river health.
The organisation’s mission is to lead, coordinate and integrate sustainable natural resource management for the benefit of our rivers and the communities that depend on them. To achieve this, the North Central CMA manages projects to restore river health; funds onground works to protect and improve the environment; and oversees the use of environmental water to improve the region’s rivers and wetlands.
Christmas Closure notice 2010-2011
Christmas e-card 2010 - The North Central CMA would like to thank you for your support in 2010 and hope it continues into 2011 and beyond.
The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE), working with partner agencies such as the North Central CMA, has developed a list of frequently asked questions regarding the recent Victorian flood events.
Service Crossing Guidelines
Extension of by law NC00 01 Waterways Protection with common seal
Water Protection By-law for the North Central CMA - July 2000
Victoria flood Rainfall graph
FREE EVENT - The 2nd Annual North Central Regional Soils Forum - Event Flyer and Invite