An innovative Community Leadership Program specifically designed for those working or volunteering in the Agriculture and Natural Resource Management sectors will be delivered in the Goulburn Murray region during the first half of 2017.
A happy Indigo Valley resident has won an iPad mini from the North East CMA for providing his views on issues relating to land
management and community support through an online survey.
A unique North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) community engagement technique has led to the release of a book
celebrating the people of Benambra and their connection to the town, each other and the ever changing Lake Omeo.
A program to strengthen the connections between the Murray–Darling Basin Authority and regional communities began this month with the appointment of an officer hosted by the North East Catchment Management Authority.
As the Wangaratta Flood Study nears completion North East Catchment Management Authority reflects on events that led to
its development and thanks the community for their ongoing support.