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Healthy Rivers Grant to support Kiewa River project

North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has welcomed a $398,888 grant from the Australian Government’s Murray-Darling Healthy Rivers Program to support a project to protect threatened fish species through works undertaken in the Kiewa River.


King River - caring for country

Water for the environment delivered to the King River has been boosted this season, through a partnership between North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA), Taungurung Land and Waters Council (TLaWC), the Victorian Environmental Water Holder (VEWH) and a dedicated landholder on the King River.


The right data drives farm business success

The North East Catchment Management Authority is undertaking a number of case studies, demonstrating how leading farmers from North East Victoria are managing the risks associated with climate change. The Embedding Climate Adaptation in Agriculture project is working with the region’s farmers to determine how the use of climate projections supports their farm management. This project is supported by North East Catchment Management Authority, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.

Andrew Russell is a partner in a Rutherglen family farming operation driven by data.

This data covers the full gamut of the seed production and farming businesses - weather records, trial results, seed quality specifications, soil information - are all important to decisions made every day and across seasons.

Mr Russell said weather data collected on his property was now proving so valuable he expected to install one or two more weather stations on farm to support predicting and managing climate change variability.

“We have a baseline. Instead of trying to catch rainbows we set rotations and we will modify that if the Bureau says there is a higher probability of a dry year, a drought year or a wet year,” he said.


Study reveals Mountain Pygmy-possum maintaining genetic diversity

A genomic study of Mountain Pygmy-possum populations in Victoria has shed new light on supporting their conservation and management.

The study, commissioned by the North East Catchment Management Authority, and prepared by CESAR Australia, has used a next generation approach to analyse genetic samples collected from 13 Mountain Pygmy-possum populations in Victoria.  


Gardens 4 Wildlife Albury-Wodonga wins Victorian Landcare Award

A program aimed at driving and responding to community interest in creating wildlife-friendly gardens has won the Environmental Volunteer Award at the 2021 Victorian Landcare Awards.

Gardens 4 Wildlife Albury-Wodonga (G4W) is an initiative of the Wodonga Urban Landcare Network, which took over the project after its initial establishment by Wodonga’s Friends of Willow Park group.


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