The North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Healthy Catchments Information Kit is a fantastic resource for farmers and
other land managers who play a key role in managing our natural resources and are often looking for ways to improve their land
In discussions with the community, feedback from land managers to CMA staff focused on there not being enough information on
undertaking land restoration projects. Available information was often difficult to locate and was not always appropriate for the
As a result of this feedback the Healthy Catchments Information Kit (booklet) was developed which provides landholders with the
tools to manage their own land improvement projects, ensuring long term resilience, relevant knowledge and skills. The booklet was
developed by North East CMA to provide further information for landholders and support them in delivering successful on ground
projects, while following state-wide best practice guidelines.
The booklet is a useful resource for land managers and Landcare and community groups working with and managing our natural
resources. When the kit was released in late 2016, individuals and groups from within and outside North East Victoria immediately
began downloading the pdf version and requesting hardcopies demonstrating that the kit is a much needed and will be a well
Ms Kelly Behrens, Project Officer from the North East CMA said ‘This is a great resource for land managers wanting to undertake
land restoration projects on their properties but are unsure where to begin.’
You can download a copy of the Healthy Catchments Information via North East CMA's website www.necma.vic.gov.au.
The project is supported by the North East CMA through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.