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Board applications open

Monday 6th March at 2:30pm - Monday 27th March at 11:45pm

We are encouraging people from the North Central CMA region with diverse backgrounds and differing environmental perspectives to #GetonBoard. Applications for positions on the North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Board have recently opened and will close at 11.59pm on Monday 27 March.

The Victorian Government is committed to increasing diversity on CMA Boards to encourage new ideas and reflect the rich diversity of the Victorian community.

Our Chair, Julie Miller Markoff, leads a well-established, dynamic, and knowledgeable Board that guides an energised and dedicated natural resource management team to achieve our vision of sustainably managed land, water and biodiversity resources supporting productive and prosperous communities in a changing climate.

Alongside the strategic and regional perspective that the Board brings to the diverse work of the North Central CMA, they also have a sharp focus on supporting Traditional Owner self-determination and tracking new opportunities in natural capital and environmental markets for the region.

More information Member, Victorian Catchment Management Authority Board |

If you would like to discuss in more detail the role of the North Central CMA Board or have a question regarding the application process, please contact our Chair Julie Miller Markoff on 0407 819 066 or email

Contact: Julie Miller Markoff on 0407 819 066 or email
Location: Huntly

Sustainable Soils Forum - What's next in Ag

Friday 31st March at 9:00am - Friday 31st March at 4:30pm

Join the conversation to secure the future of soils in north central Victoria.

Click here to register and secure your ticket as numbers are limited. 

Sustainable Soils 2023 will explore new perspectives from farmers and industry leaders to grow the future of agriculture.

A jammed packed forum brings together experts, policy makers, farmers and industry to share, network, learn, and collaborate to take a deep dive into improving soil health and management.

Program highlights:

Conserving and improving the health of Australia's soils

  • Honourable Penelope Wensley AC, National Soils Advocate

Exploring our Soils

  • Associate Professor Dr Peter Dahlhaus, Principal Research Fellow, CeRDI

Working together for impact - panel 

▫ Jade Killoran, Central Vic Regen Farmers group

▫ Deane Belfield, Mt Alexander Regen Ag group

▫ Danny Pettingill, Loddon Plains Future Farming group

▫ Andrew Borg, Kara Kara Regen Ag group

Practices to boost productivity and resilience

  • Jessica Conlan, Farmer, Runnymede 

Cost: Free
Contact: Melinda Mann 0447 803 305
Location: The Capital, 50 View Street, Bendigo Victoria, 3550