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Local Produce Guide

Growers, as well as retailers of locally-grown produce, are invited register their details for inclusion in the Local Produce Guide.


Fishways Project set to be a win-win

The North East CMA will work in partnership with DELWP and Parks Victoria to reconstruct two vehicle Crossing on the Ovens River at Frosts Crossing and McQuades Bend.


Funding announcement to support innovative land management practices

The North East Catchment Management Authority is pleased to announce that four local groups will share $30,000 in Mentor Farm grants funded by the Australian Government's National Landcare Programme.

The successful projects will receive funding for a range of activities that will support land managers within the North East CMA region to develop innovative ways of managing their land.


Flood study flows into next phase

The North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) and Rural City of Wangaratta are pleased to announce that Water Technology has recently been appointed as the successful consultant to deliver the technical investigation of the Wangaratta Urban Waterways Flood Investigation Project.

The Wangaratta Urban Flood Investigation will review and revise current flood mapping for the Wangaratta urban Waterways and update flood intelligence for emergency response.

 


Funding boost set to help protect Woodlands & Wetlands

Private Landholders will share in just over $127,000 in funding to protect and enhance nationally threatened vegetation communities. The North East CMA will work in partnership with Trust for Nature on these projects which will include a range of activities that will help protect and restore Box Gum Grassy Woodlands and Seasonally Herbaceous Wetlands.

In 2015/16 the Woodlands and Wetlands project will support landholders to restore and manage both Woodlands and Wetlands and provide practical local actions to improve threatened vegetation communities on their properties.


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