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Creating a safe haven for native fish

The Mitta Mitta River Rehabilitation Program coordinated by the North East CMA and funded through the Victorian Government's Recreational Fishing Licence program is now well underway. This three year project is now in its second year, and is playing a vital role in the survival rates and spawning opportunities for native fish by improving in-stream habitat in the river. The North East CMA is currently asking for community input as to where in stream habitat could best be placed for maximum benefit to the native fish and for helping in locating woody debris for the project.

 


Roll out of funding set to protect natural resources in our region

Landcare groups in North East Victoria will receive over $220,000 for environmental action through the Victorian Landcare Grants. The Victorian Landcare Grants Program supports Landcare and related community groups to undertake projects to protect and restore the Victorian Landscape. Funding for these Grants is provided by the Victorian Government as a way of supporting the community to actively participate in the integrated management and protection of natural resources.


North East CMA welcomes new Board

The North East CMA welcomes the appointment of new Board members. The CMA Board will continue to play a key role in helping people to connect, plan for and manage responses to challenges like climate change and population growth, intensifying land use, and natural disasters such as bushfires and floods. This new Board comprises new and re-appointed members but we also acknowledge our outgoing Board members for their service to the catchment management sector and community.


Victorian Catchment Management Authorities Actions and Achievements Report 2014-15

The Victorian Catchment Management Authorities Actions and Achievements Report provides a standardised ‘output’ approach to reporting actions delivered annually by each of the ten Victorian Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs); through partnerships with government agencies, industry, land managers and the wider community.        


Practitioners gather to ensure best practice in waterway management

The Wise Water Ways conference in being held in Beechworth this week. Now in its 17th year the conference offers waterways practitioners and community members the opportunity to gather, learn and discuss new research and developments in waterways management.


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