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Fishing fees to restore habitat at Katie Peters Reserve

A project to restore fish habitat and increase the fish population in the Mitta River has received $39,381.20 through the 2019-20 round of the Victorian Government’s Recreational Fishing Large Grants Program.
The funding will allow the North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) to install large rocks (rock seeding) and timber structures (known as LUNKERS) in the river at Katie Peters Reserve to provide fish habitat and improve opportunities for anglers.


Conservation pays - landholders invited to help endangered woodland birds

A Bush for  Birds  Round 2  funding  opportunity  has  been announced that  will  help landholders  in North East  Victoria  create  and improve  habitat  for  Regent  Honeyeaters  and Swift  Parrots,  two  nationally endangered birds. 


Endangered bird’s habitat restoration works to start very soon

The Regent Honeyeater and Swift Parrot will soon seek new homes on private land that has been set aside to help conserve these nationally endangered native birds. 

In coming months, owners of private properties across North East Victoria will start to restore suitable habitat for these birds through such on-ground actions as planting suitable native canopy trees, controlling weeds and fencing suitable areas. 


Community input at heart of Greta West Weir Redesign

The North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has advised that community input will be at the forefront of the re-design of the aging and degraded Greta West Weir on Fifteen Mile Creek.


Online climate modelling tool successfully launched in North East

Following an intense six months’ work with agriculture industry groups and local government, the North East Catchment Management Authority’s (CMA) Embedding Climate Adaptation in Agriculture (ECAiA) program was formally launched in Myrtleford last month by Dr Helen Haines, MP.


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