TALLANGATTA & SPRINGHURST
The North East CMA, Mitta to Murray Blackberry Action Group and Springhurst and Byawatha Hills Landcare Group will be hosting a roadshow about the Invasive Animals CRC 'Boost' project and integrated rabbit management, with info sessions at Tallangatta and Springhurst.
During January 2016 we will be running a community information session about the Wangaratta Flood Investigation. If you would like to join us to learn more about the flood study and where the project is at see the information flyer attached for details.
Webinar 11 am 28 January
An information session on the Victorian Litter Innovation Fund will provide information about the Fund and how to apply, along with an opportunity for delegates to ask any questions they may have about the Fund and application process.
APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
Applications for the 2016 Community Landcare and Agriculture Leadership program are NOW OPEN.
This seven day program covers community leadership, conflict resolution, governance, community capacity and resilience and trends in the NRM sector. The course includes a two day field trip looking at community leadership first hand in our region.
This year the program is open to applicants in the Goulburn Broken and North East CMA regions and is being delivered by the Alpine Valleys Community Leadership Program (AVCLP) in partnership with the Fairley Leadership program.
Join Parklands Albury-Wodonga for a walk & talk and learn about plans to enhance the Kiewa River Bushlands Picnic Area at Killara.
This field day, hosted by the Mitta to Murray Blackberry Action Group, will showcase a range of blackberry control methods.
Three presenters with expertise in compost, soil and animal health.
Join Springhurst and Byawatha Landcare for an informative session about controlling rabbits on your property.
6 April 2016
Cattle prices are the highest they have been in 30 years. Are you capitalising on this and ‘making hay while the sun shines’?
Bright & Porepunkah Weirs - Fishway Design
Come along and view fishway plans for Bright and Porepunkah Weirs.