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Wallpolla watering delivers amazing results

Wallpolla watering delivers amazing results

Meet Ivan Robertson. He is an ordinary farmer making a difference.

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Locals have a say in natural resource management

Locals have a say in natural resource management

THIRTEEN people from across the Victorian Mallee have been appointed to a new committee that will have input into how the region’s natural resources are managed.

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Update on Kings Billabong regulator now available

Update on Kings Billabong regulator now available

The latest update on the Kings Billabong regulator project is now available, including information on the project's current status and ongoing community engagement activities.

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Latest results on rabbit activity in the Mallee now available

Latest results on rabbit activity in the Mallee now available

The latest data from the ‘Recovering Rangelands: Mallee Bounceback’ project is now available to view on the Mallee CMA website.

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Do you care about your local rivers, estuaries and wetlands?

Do you care about your local rivers, estuaries and wetlands?

You are invited to have your say on how we manage our waterways.

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Reminder to submit applications for 2012 Victorian Landcare Grants

Reminder to submit applications for 2012 Victorian Landcare Grants

The Mallee Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has received a $252,000 share of the Victorian Governments Victorian Landcare Grants Program for this financial year.

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New look 2012 Mallee Horticulture Crop Report now available

New look 2012 Mallee Horticulture Crop Report now available

The Mallee Catchment Management Authority (CMA), in conjunction with SunRISE 21, is proud to release the 2012 Murray Mallee Horticulture Crop Report.

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Have your say on the future management of the Victorian Mallee’s land, water and biodiversity

Have your say on the future management of the Victorian Mallee’s land, water and biodiversity

The Draft 2012-18 Mallee Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) is now out for public comment. The RCS is the key planning document that will set regional priorities for the future management of land, water and biodiversity in Victoria’s Mallee.

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Local photographers snap up prize in Buloke woodland competition

Local photographers snap up prize in Buloke woodland competition

THE Buloke woodlands in the Mallee photo competition flourished with entries from right across the Mallee region and the winners have now been announced.

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One million reasons to smile

One million reasons to smile

A combined effort between landholders and local organisations across the Victorian Mallee has achieved over one million hectares of agricultural land covered through the Environmental Management Action Planning (EMAP) program.

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Lakes fill community with joy

Lakes fill community with joy

Local residents can now enjoy the full benefits of nearby Lakes Powell and Carpul for the first time in nearly 20 years and they have themselves to thank.

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Trees for Mum event continues to grow

Trees for Mum event continues to grow

The annual Trees for Mum event is set to take place again this year and instead of the usual spot at Kings Billabong, trees will be planted at Psyche Pumps this Mothers Day.

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Communities encouraged to branch out with photo competition

Communities encouraged to branch out with photo competition

LOCALS are invited to get snapping and submit entries into the Buloke woodlands photo competition.

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Mallee CMA response to Proposed Basin Plan

The Mallee CMA response to the Murray-Darling Proposed Basin Plan has been submitted and is available on-line.

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The Mallee Farmer

The Mallee Farmer

The second edition of the Mallee Farmer newsletter is now available online or can be mailed to you free of charge.

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New regional strategy to manage invasive species in Victorian Mallee

New regional strategy to manage invasive species in Victorian Mallee

Community members and government agencies have joined forces to manage invasive plants and animals across the Victorian Mallee region.

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Community urged to learn more about  works at Hattah Lakes

Community urged to learn more about works at Hattah Lakes

Local community groups are invited to learn more about environmental works due to begin at Hattah Lakes. Community information sessions have been underway for some time to inform locals about the works, but the Mallee Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is keen to ensure as many people as possible know what is going on.

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Construction to begin at Hattah Lakes

Construction to begin at Hattah Lakes

Major environmental works are scheduled to begin at Hattah Lakes later this month. The planned works, funded through The Living Murray program, will help restore a more natural pattern of flows to the iconic lake system by efficiently delivering environmental water to maximise ecological outcomes, while maintaining the beautiful environment at Hattah Lakes for the community’s enjoyment.

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Flood recovery program gets vital funding boost

Flood recovery program gets vital funding boost

A funding injection of $550,000 will extend the popular Mallee Flood Recovery Environmental Employment Program.

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