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4 Jun 2018

Protecting the gem in Victoria’s crown

Gunbower Forest is the Kakadu of the south, created by tens of thousands of years of large floods that historically spread up to 50 kilometres either side of the Murray River.

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1 Jun 2018

Birds of a feather …

As part of the internationally recognised Kerang Wetlands, Hird Swamp is one of the region’s most significant waterways.

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31 May 2018

A tale of two rivers

For almost 140 years, irrigation has dominated the lower Campaspe River. Smaller weirs up and down the waterway made way for the Eppalock dam almost 60 years ago.

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23 May 2018

The classroom of life

About 5000 students from 150 schools across Victoria are now fully qualified junior citizen scientists and have learnt some amazing lessons in the greatest classroom in the world – their local wate

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15 May 2018

A little creek with a big job

While Serpentine Creek, off the Loddon River, is important to the irrigators who rely on it to pump water onto their pasture, most Central Victorians probably haven’t heard

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7 May 2018

Drust reappointed to head CMA

North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) chairperson Julie Miller Markoff has announced the reappointment of Brad Drust as Chief Executive Officer.

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