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Tributes flow for successful grazier and conservation visionary
30 Jul

Tributes flow for successful grazier and conservation visionary

Media Release July 2015

Natural Resource Management and conservation agencies are paying respect to the iconic Dockers Plains Pastoral Company, Mr John Paul, who passed away on 9 July. John Paul had a remarkable love of the Lower Ovens River and he strived to find ways to strike the balance of sustainability and farming, and was committed to managing a sensitive environment while running a grazing operation.

2015-16 Event Funding Program is NOW OPEN in the Alpine Shire
28 May

2015-16 Event Funding Program is NOW OPEN in the Alpine Shire

Alpine Shire Council Applications close 10 July

The Alpine Shire Council has set aside funds to provide financial assistance to event organisers in the 2015-16 financial year. The funding is available in the form of sponsorship or logistical support. Any event organiser seeking Council assistance to stage an event in the Alpine Shire is encouraged to submit an application, including those only requesting logistical or in-kind support. Go to...

Customer service charter
11 Feb

Customer service charter

North East CMA

The North East Catchment Management Authority's values and guiding principles form the basis of our customer service standards.

Victorian CMA's Actions and Achievements Report 2013-14
7 Jan

Victorian CMA's Actions and Achievements Report 2013-14

The first state-wide Actions and Achievements Report

This Report highlights the practical actions delivered with Victorian Government funding in partnership with Catchment Management Authorities, the Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Parks Victoria, water authorities, regional communities, local government, businesses and landholders.  The Actions and Achievements Report 2013/14 demonstrates the ongoing achievements of...

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

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