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Deep connection to water captured in new book

North East Catchment Management Authority's (CMA) Lake Omeo & Morass Creek Wetland Management Plan Project will hold a book launch for Released from the Wild on 20 October in Benambra.


Fish numbers and recreational fishing opportunities to increase with commitment to Target One Million

North East CMA is excited by the opportunities presented by the Victorian Government's commitment to deliver its $46 million Target One Million plan for recreational fishing, which aims to grow participation to one million anglers by 2020.


Recent flooding an opportunity to test flood modelling

Recent flooding in the Wangaratta area has allowed predictive flood modelling to be tested by North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA), Rural City of Wangaratta and Water Technology.


Effective grower vigilance in the fight against chestnut blight

An eagle-eyed Ovens Valley grower who was concerned about a chestnut tree on their property
has helped Agriculture Victoria confirm the presence of chestnut blight.


Waterway Health Data a Possibility Thanks to Citizen Science

North East CMA have released the 2015/16 North East Waterwatch Annual Data Report.


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