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Join us for a Catchment Conversation in OMEO

The North East Catchment Management Authority and the East Gippsland Shire invite you to a Catchment Conversation at Livingstone Park in Omeo to discuss the Implementation of the Livingstone Creek Park Community Management Plan and the success of the revegetation of this site.

A tour of the park demonstrating works conducted at this site will be included and BBQ lunch will be provided.

Join us for a Catchment Conversation in BENAMBRA

The North East Catchment Management Authority and the East Gippsland Shire invite you to a Catchment Conversation in Benambra. This will be a great opportunity for you to share your ideas and suggestions about the types of natural resource management projects the community want to progress now that the Restoring the Morass project is well underway.

Get More from your Soil Test Results Project

Expressions of Interest are now open until the 9th October to become part of the Soil Test Results Project. To become involved participants will need to be a member of an existing Landcare or Production Group. This program will help landowners gain a better understanding of their soils and take the guesswork out of soil testing.



Exploring ideas for a regional food hub

Did you know a food hub can support local farmers and provide access to affordable, healthy food for all? Join us for a round table conversation in October and share your ideas for a regional food hub in our region. The session will include some interesting presentations as well as updates about the Wangaratta Food for All Network food hub feasibility study, Beechworth Food Co- op and Albury Wodonga Regional Foodshare.

National Water Week 2015

Each year, National Water Week makes a splash across Australia inspiring individuals, communities and organisations to work together to build community awareness and understanding around water issues and opportunities for growth and innovation.

The 2015 National Water Week theme is 'Innovation!'.

Carp Muster, Wangaratta

Get ready for the next Carp Muster - again organised by the Wangaratta Sustainability Network. The event will run from the 24 October - 8 November 2015 and all details of the event are available on the Wangaratta Sustainability Network website:  www.wangarattasustainability.org


Wise Waterways Conference

This conference will provide a forum for a comprehensive overview of Stream Rehabilitation and Management Principles and Practices. This workshop has been running for 16 years and has evolved over time, reflecting issues faced by water managers of today. The course is aimed at people working in, or who are interested in stream management, particularly those involved in practical natural resource works programs.

Network, share information & learn from others

Professor Jane Doolan will present on the evolution of catchment management Victoria - from the recognition of serious environmental problems in the 1970s and 80s to the establishment of CMAs in 1997 and their evolving role. This is a part of the Murray Darling Basin Seminar Series which promoted communication between local institutions and people interested in the environment, ecology and natural resource management in our region.


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