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North East CMA announces new CEO

North East CMA announces new CEO

The North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Katie Warner as their new Chief Executive Officer, commencing on Thursday 5 July.

Wednesday, 13 June 2018/Author: Karen Retra/Number of views (371)/Comments (0)/
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Flood Recovery Program Update

Flood Recovery Program Update

LANDHOLDERS and recreational river goers across the King Valley through to the Upper Murray may have noticed lots of activity along their favourite stretches of river recently. North East Catchment Management Authority’s flood recovery program has hit high gear, addressing damage to essential public infrastructure which occurred during the October 2016 flood event.
Wednesday, 18 April 2018/Author: Kelly/Number of views (304)/Comments (0)/
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Landcare Victoria and Vic Catchments sign landmark MOU

Landcare Victoria and Vic Catchments sign landmark MOU

Today marks a milestone for Landcare Victoria Inc and Catchment Management Authorities across Victoria with the signing of a landmark MOU to strengthen natural resource management and sustainable agriculture
Friday, 13 April 2018/Author: Jason Evans/Number of views (318)/Comments (0)/
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Waterway Incentive grants announced

Waterway Incentive grants announced

20 March 2018

THIRTY-FIVE Waterway Incentive grants have been awarded to groups and individuals under the North East Catchment Management Authority’s 2017-18 Landholder and Community Grants program.
Tuesday, 20 March 2018/Author: Renee Robinson/Number of views (365)/Comments (0)/
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Public Notice - Temporary closure of 'Jack's Hole' picnic area & section of Cherry Walk

Public Notice - Temporary closure of 'Jack's Hole' picnic area & section of Cherry Walk

March 15, 2018

On Monday March 19, North East Catchment Management Authority will commence works at Jack's Hole picnic area to address major river bank instabilities resulting from the 2016 flood event. 
Thursday, 15 March 2018/Author: Renee Robinson/Number of views (418)/Comments (0)/
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