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What question have you always wanted to ask about your environment?

People can more easily find solutions to local environmental challenges via a new online resource developed by the North East Catchment Management Authority (NECMA). The new website provides a one-stop shop to natural resource management by offering tips, technical information and resources for solving issues like weed management, water supply and protection of vegetation. It also offers...

Launch to celebrate new home for the critters

 The Launch of the new ‘Frog Bog’ in Beechworth will be celebrated this week. The project, made possible with funding from the Hugh Williamson Foundation, is part of a joint ‘Bug Blitz’ effort from the North East Catchment Management Authority (NECMA), St. Joseph’s Primary School in Beechworth and the Alpine Valleys Community Leadership Program.

Flood Investigation to help better prepare for flood events

 A Wangaratta Flood Investigation will review and revise current flood mapping for the Wangaratta urban waterways and update flood intelligence for emergency response thanks to funding from the Department of Environment and Primary Industries. The North East Catchment Management Authority will manage the investigation in partnership with the Rural City of Wangaratta and the Victorian State...

Flood History - Snapshot
13 Jun

Flood History - Snapshot

June 1917


A look back at a flood tragedy in North East Victoria - six lives lost at Wangaratta, June 14th 1917

Launch to celebrate improvements on local waterway

The Harrietville Shared Trail Project Launch will recognise the on ground works and improvements coordinated by the North East Catchment Management Authority (NECMA), along 1.1km of the Ovens River in Harrietville.