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Saving Victoria's most threatened birds

Trust for Nature and the North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) have announced recipients of the second round of environmental grants through the Bush for Birds project.

Bush for Birds is funded by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program and aims to protect, manage, and increase habitat on private land for the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater and Swift Parrot.


Alpine ecology workshop a big hit at Dinner Plain

Community interest in alpine ecology ran high at Dinner Plain as more than 50 people participated in the Alpine Ecology Workshop hosted by Benambra-Dinner Plain-Omeo (BDPO) Landcare Group, Mount Hotham Alpine Resort and the North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) at the Dinner Plain Community Hall on 1 May.


EOIs close 21 May 2021 - Developing community leaders for times of need

A new leadership training course seeks to develop leaders who will be available to north east Victoria communities in times of need, such as the 2019-20 bushfires and supporting climate change adaptation.


King River survey yields encouraging fish finds

Surveys in the mid-King River during February showed encouraging signs for the health of the fish community, including several threatened species.


Lyn Coulston inaugural inductee to North East CMA Honour Roll

ENVIRONMENTALIST, role model, leader and inspiration are just some of the words to describe Lyn Coulston OAM, the inaugural inductee into the North East Catchment Management Authority International Women’s Day Honour Roll.


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