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Mallee Walkabout - Spring edition

Mallee Walkabout - Spring edition

The latest edition of the Mallee Walkabout newsletter is now available.

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Turtle protection program outfoxes predators

Turtle protection program outfoxes predators

An innovative project at the internationally-recognised Hattah Lakes is aiming to reduce the number of turtle eggs eaten by foxes during the breeding season.

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Enter the Mallee Wetlands photo competition

Enter the Mallee Wetlands photo competition

In partnership with ABC Open the Mallee CMA are running a photo competition to celebrate World Wetland Day.

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Canoeing on Lake Powell

Canoeing on Lake Powell

Join the Mallee CMA at Lake Powell on Saturday 14 Feb for a canoe. Canoes, instructors and breakfast are all provided free.

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Preparing the Mallee for a changing climate – have your say on the new NRM plan

Preparing the Mallee for a changing climate – have your say on the new NRM plan

The Mallee Catchment Management Authority is inviting feedback on the Draft Mallee Natural Resource Management Plan for Climate Change; a key regional planning document that considers the pressures of climate change to set priorities for the future management of our natural resources.

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Mallee CMA eNewsletter - January 2016

Mallee CMA eNewsletter - January 2016

FARMERS, farm workers and other people in the Southern Mallee severely affected by the drought are taking up the chance for part-time work opportunities on environmental programs. Read more in the Mallee CMA eNewsletter

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Project proposals invited for Mallee Drought Employment Program

Project proposals invited for Mallee Drought Employment Program

The Mallee Drought Employment Program (DEP) is being managed by the Mallee Catchment Management Authority (CMA) as part of the Victorian Government’s drought response package. Similar programs are also being offered by Wimmera and North Central CMAs to support farmers and agricultural workers and agribusinesses directly affected by ongoing dry conditions.

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Help shape drought support

Help shape drought support

The Victorian Government is inviting public feedback on how best to support drought affected communities.

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Native forage shrubs for low-rainfall areas

Native forage shrubs for low-rainfall areas

A booklet has been released on grazing native shrubs in the low rainfall Mallee, highlighting the key points for successful shrub-pasture system utilisation.

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Farm Talk - Top tips for stubble grazing

Farm Talk - Top tips for stubble grazing

Stubbles provide an important feed source for livestock over summer; however good management is needed to prevent soil erosion.

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Our gift to you!

Our gift to you!

Thank you to all the people, groups and organisations who have worked with the Mallee CMA throughout 2015. As a token of our appreciation, we have made three beautiful images of the local landscape available to download free of charge.

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Funding to protect endangered species on farms

Funding to protect endangered species on farms

Farmers in the Southern Mallee will receive funding to improve habitat for threatened and endangered species on 600 hectares of farmland in the region.

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Actions and Achievements Report 2014-15

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.

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Have your say on Victoria’s Catchment Management framework

Have your say on Victoria’s Catchment Management framework

In late 2014, the Victorian Auditor General released a report which identified a number of issues restricting the effectiveness of Catchment Management Authorities. Since then, the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and Victoria’s 10 Catchment Management Authorities (CMA’s) have been working together to address the issues. This work has included drafting the ‘Our Catchments, Our Communities’ strategy.

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Take a break and relax!

Take a break and relax!

Watch our new video featuring the beautiful and awe-inspiring Nyah-Vinifera landscape.

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Wetland wonderland in Nyah-Vinifera forests

Wetland wonderland in Nyah-Vinifera forests

Two important wetlands in the Nyah-Vinifera Park are teeming with life after environmental watering projects inundated some billabongs for only the fourth time in more than a decade.

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Birds are flooding back to Lake Powell following environmental watering at the site

Birds are flooding back to Lake Powell following environmental watering at the site

Seize the opportunity for a great day of birdwatching and join the Mallee Catchment Management Authority and Mildura BirdLife at Lake Powell on Saturday November 7.

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 Mallee CMA October eNewsletter

Mallee CMA October eNewsletter

Would you like to see how we are looking after our environment together? Take a look at the latest edition of the Mallee Catchment Management Authority eNewsletter

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Bushwalk showcases Merbein’s wetland wonders

Bushwalk showcases Merbein’s wetland wonders

THE remarkable regeneration occurring at two important wetlands near Merbein has sparked strong community interest, with locals turning out to inspect the benefits delivered through the restoration of more natural wetting and drying cycles.

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Watering win for fish and communities

Watering win for fish and communities

NATIVE fish are expected to be among the big winners when environmental water is delivered to Hattah Lakes.

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