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EOI External Independent Member Audit and Risk Committee

The North East CMA is seeking expressions of interest for suitably qualified external independent members to join the Audit and Risk Committee.

A farmer's view of emission reduction opportunities

A forum in Beechworth on 13 September will help farmers and agricultural service providers to understand on-farm requirements and supply chain demands as the world moves to a low-carbon economy.

Agricultural consultant Cam Nicholson will provide an overview of where carbon requirements are headed and the evolution of possible emission reduction technologies.

North East Catchment River Health Services

The North East Catchment Management Authority (North East CMA) intends to establish a panel of contractors/suppliers based on a schedule of rates across all four sub-catchments and conditions outlined in the tender documents for the supply and delivery of the activities outlined below. The panel time period proposed is until 30 June 2026 with an option to extend if required. Suitably qualified contractors and suppliers are invited to submit a tender to supply one or more of the required activities detailed in the specifications for, one or more sub-catchments, or for all sub-catchments listed above for the stated period. Indigenous enterprises are encouraged to apply.

The North East CMA is inviting contractors and suppliers to submit rates for the following:

  • Supply of plant and equipment.
  • Supply of restoration services (weed management and revegetation).
  • Supply and delivery of native seed/seedlings.
  • Supply and construction of rural fencing.

Report waterway issues via Survey 123

The North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has this week made the transition to Survey 123 from the  existing Snap Send Solve application to support landholders and the public to report waterway related issues.

The enhanced integration of Survey 123 with North East CMA’s internal systems will allow for a more streamlined process.

New video celebrates Alpine Peatland protection

North East Victoria is home to more than 2000 hectares of Alpine Peatlands, an endangered ecological community listed under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (1999). 

Alpine Peatlands, or Alpine Sphagnum Bogs and Associated Fens, are a priority ecological community for the North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) supported through a five-year project to protect and enhance these unique environments. 

This five-year, cross-regional project is coordinated by the Victorian Alpine Peatlands Project Coordinating Committee (VAPCC) and delivered in collaboration across three CMA regions (North East, East Gippsland and West Gippsland) with Parks Victoria. This project is funded by the Australian Government's National Landcare Program.

Now a new video has been released at https://youtu.be/QmyxVs7lXHA, developed by North East CMA to mark completion of the Cross Regional Victorian Alpine Peatlands Protection Project. Partners in the video are Parks Victoria, East Gippsland CMA, West Gippsland CMA and Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation.


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