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Animal Health Planning - Farm Business Resilience series

Friday 14 June
9.30am until 2pm, Osbornes Flat Hall
Hosted by Kiewa Catchment Landcare Network & Agriculture Victoria

Book now for this workshop and others in the series at https://events.humanitix.com/fbr

What is an animal health plan and why create one for your herd or flock?

Join animal health professional Greg Ferrier and a local vet from the Tallangatta and Kiewa Veterinary Clinics to find out why animal health plans are important for your farm.

  • Identify animal health issues, their prevention and treatment
  • Create an animal health plan to improve animal performance
  • Record keeping and biosecurity

Contact chontelle@kclg.org.au or phone 0491 624 943.

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2024 River Reflections Conference - MDBA

19 and 20 June 2024

Albury Entertainment Centre - in person

Livestream also available

Free science symposium - 21 June

Book now for the in-person or livestream conference; dinner, tour and symposium options at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/2024-river-reflections-conference-tickets-780457839407

Have your say on the King River Rehabilitation Plan

Community input is being sought on a Rehabilitation Plan that will guide future investment to maintain the King River as a key environmental, economic and social asset for north east Victoria.

The Plan is being developed to address damage from recent flooding and to understand the future impacts of climate change such as more frequent and severe weather events.

Phill Falcke, the Project Officer responsible for leading the development with the North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) said: “We are seeing significant damage caused more often by flooding from extreme weather events.

“This Plan will identify the most vulnerable areas, examine our methods of management and stewardship, and help us prepare and prioritise future actions that will guide government investment into the King River as it becomes available.”

Victoria's CMAs win prestigious National Banksia Award

Vic Catchments, the peak body for Victoria’s ten Catchment Management Authorities has won the Nature Positive category of the 35th National Banksia Sustainability Awards.


Victoria's CMAs awarded as finalists in National Banksia Awards

Vic Catchments, the peak body for Victoria’s ten Catchment Management Authorities (including North East CMA), has been announced as a finalist in the 35th National Banksia Sustainability Awards in the Nature Positive category.

Award finalists showcase new frontiers in sustainability. Revealing the short list, Banksia Foundation CEO Graz van Egmond praised finalists for their commitment to sustainability and social impact, and for the wide range of entries.

“Across the categories this year, we have seen an incredible diversity of entries and finalists, from sole traders to large enterprises, all thinking and working creatively and effectively to combat climate change and inequity.”