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Online climate change adaption tool for agriculture ready for launch

Online climate change adaption tool for agriculture ready for launch

The North East CMA is readying to launch an innovative new online tool to support the agriculture sector in North East Victoria effectively adapt to the impacts of climate change.
Wednesday, 21 August 2019/Author: Katie Bowker/Number of views (6)/Comments (0)/
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Willow Management Works In the Upper Ovens

Willow Management Works In the Upper Ovens

The North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) will be coordinating with local landholders, community groups and government agencies in implementing a staged willow management project on the Ovens River between Bright and Harrietville over the coming months.
Monday, 19 August 2019/Author: Kelly/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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Bush for Birds environmental grants now open

Bush for Birds environmental grants now open

Trust for Nature (TFN) and North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) have announced the release of grant funding for eligible landholders to increase and enhance habitat for the region’s most endangered birds, the Regent Honeyeater and Swift Parrot.

Thursday, 15 August 2019/Author: Katie Bowker/Number of views (8)/Comments (0)/
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Help needed to bring bush back for birds

Help needed to bring bush back for birds

The ‘Bush for Birds’ program was formally launched by Trust for Nature CEO Victoria Marles and North East CMA Katie Warner at North East Water’s decommissioned Barnawartha treatment plant, which was revegetated last year to provide habitat for the Regent Honeyeater.

Tuesday, 30 July 2019/Author: Katie Bowker/Number of views (103)/Comments (0)/
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New project helps landowners help birds

New project helps landowners help birds

A new project aims to increase and enhance habitat on private land for two of the region’s most endangered birds—the Swift Parrot and the Regent Honeyeater.
Thursday, 6 June 2019/Author: Katie Bowker/Number of views (93)/Comments (0)/
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