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Endangered wildlife receives helping hand after Black Summer fires

Feral cats, deer and red foxes were actively targeted over 8,900 hectares of key habitat throughout the North East, using such management tools as baiting, trapping and shooting through a project supported by the North East CMA.  

Foxes and feral cats were controlled to protect the endangered Mountain Pygmy-possum (Burramys parvus) in key locations near the Mt Hotham Alpine Resort and in the Alpine National Park. 


Embedding climate change in agriculture in NE Victoria

As farmers, land managers and local councils seek to better understand and adapt to the impacts of climate change in North East Victoria, the North East CMA is helping these groups understand how climate change might affect agribusinesses in the region and identify solutions to help them adapt.  


Farming more sustainably by managing soil acidity

Acid soils are a major cause of land degradation, threatening the productivity of agricultural soils in North East Victoria.  

Nearly half of the five million hectares of Victorian land affected by very acidic topsoil, as  measured by a low soil pH, are found in the North East region.  


Private landholders create homes for endangered birds

Private landholders in North East Victoria have raised their hands to help create and improve habitat to help two nationally endangered birds to thrive in the region.


Major funds available to support wildlife after the bushfires

Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organisation, WIRES has teamed up with Landcare Australia to offer small grants from a pool of $1 million to help develop relief and recovery plans that will provide best solutions to assist wildlife surviving the recent catastrophic bushfires across Australia. 

Grants of up to $20,000 are available for each project from the pool


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