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Australian Government’s On Farm Irrigation Efficiency Program. - Registration closed

Australian Government’s On Farm Irrigation Efficiency Program. - Registration closed

The Australian Government is seeking regional partners to deliver its On Farm Irrigation Efficiency Program. The Mallee Catchment Management Authority (CMA), in conjunction with Western Murray Irrigation Limited (WMI), is seeking input from the irrigation community regarding potential interest to participate in the program.

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Kings Billabong Community Update 1

Kings Billabong Community Update 1

In order to ensure the community has up to date and accurate information about the Kings Billabong regulator project, a Community Update has been put together.

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Apply Now: Catchment Management Board roles

Apply Now: Catchment Management Board roles

Expressions of interest are now open for board member and chair positions on Victoria’s 10 Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs).

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Infrastructure to benefit environment and irrigators

Infrastructure to benefit environment and irrigators

The Victorian Coalition Government will invest $320,000 to construct a new regulator at Kings Billabong near Mildura to deliver benefits for both the environment and local irrigators.

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Community groups to benefit from Second Generation Landcare Grants

Community groups to benefit from Second Generation Landcare Grants

The Mallee Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has received a $387,000.00 share of the Victorian Government’s $3.38 million Second Generation Landcare grants for this financial year.

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Blackwater in the Murray River

Blackwater in the Murray River

The blackwater event currently being seen in the Murray River is being experienced across the system in the lower basin. The Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is co-ordinating the response to this event.

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Blackwater: Questions and Answers

Blackwater: Questions and Answers

The unprecedented December inflows are resulting in blackwater with low dissolved oxygen in many locations across the Murray region, and there is a risk of this moving downstream to South Australia in coming weeks.

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Local students praised for riverfront work

Local students praised for riverfront work

Local school students have been applauded for rejuvenating 3.1km of Mildura’s much-loved riverfront.

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Field day to showcase alternative fodder trial at Walpeup

Field day to showcase alternative fodder trial at Walpeup

Landholders can get a first-hand insight into a fodder trial underway at Walpeup during an upcoming field day at the Mallee Research Station.

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New research for Victorian Mallee farmers

New research for Victorian Mallee farmers

Making credible local data available to Victorian Mallee farmers is the key focus of nine research projects being delivered across the region.

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High river flows benefit Nyah-Vinifera Park

High river flows benefit Nyah-Vinifera Park

Drought-stressed areas of Nyah-Vinifera Park are getting a much-needed drink thanks to the higher flows currently available in the Murray River.

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Construction works progressing at Mulcra Island

Construction works progressing at Mulcra Island

New imagery now available shows the progress of construction at Mulcra Island.

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New structures for Ducksfoot Lagoon

New structures for Ducksfoot Lagoon

Two new structures have been built to help improve the health of a popular local wetland.

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Community grants up for grabs

Community grants up for grabs

Local non-profit community groups across the Mallee now have the chance to apply for the latest round of Second Generation Landcare Grants.

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Mallee landholders urged to access incentives

Mallee landholders urged to access incentives

Landholders across the region can now apply for funding for on-ground works under the 2010-11 Mallee Land and Biodiversity Incentive Program.

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Catch up on all the latest news

Catch up on all the latest news

The latest edition of the Mallee CMA's newsletter, Catchment News, is now available. Download a copy to find out about Hattah Lakes being selected as a finalist in the International and National Riverprize competitions, get an update on construction works at Mulcra Island, and learn more about the new CD of Mallee Frog Calls that is now available.

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Jennings Bridge regulator completed

Jennings Bridge regulator completed

The first of two new environmental structures at Kings Billabong Park has been completed.

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Local schools benefit from NAIDOC scholarships

Local schools benefit from NAIDOC scholarships

Four local schools have been awarded scholarships as part of NAIDOC celebrations.

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Work continues to protect Murray Hardyhead

Work continues to protect Murray Hardyhead

Environmental water will be used to top up the Cardross Drainage Basin as part of ongoing efforts to protect the nationally-threatened Murray Hardyhead.

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Reports confirm irrigation reduction

Reports confirm irrigation reduction

TWO reports released today show large areas of irrigable land between Nyah and the South Australian border were not irrigated during the 2009-10 season.

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