Seven landholders along a stretch of the mid King River have worked in partnership with the North East CMA to address the risks of future river channel change, protect a wetland and manage willows.
The North East Catchment Management Authority has a long running program along the Mitta Mitta River, working in conjunction with the Murray Darling Basin Authority and Goulburn Murray Water, to maintain bed and bank health.
ONE full season into a two-year trial to adapt his farming systems to improve profitably, Murmungee cattle farmer Ron Ferguson has already saved more than $50,000 by embracing change.
Landcare groups and community volunteers were recognised for their contributions to the environment and community at the North East Natural Resource Management Awards presentations and celebration of 30 years of Landcare on May 28, 2017.
The Ovens River is back flowing along its pre-October 2016 flood course because of a newly built rock chute downstream of Pioneer Bridges in Markwood.