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'Mash' your Landcare passion 23-May-2013
The CMA has secured funding from the Department of Primary Industries for some great training opportunities for Landcarers across the region over the coming weeks.
Board member's term extended 23-May-2013
CMA board member Arthur Burns’ term has been extended until the end of December this year.
Funding announcement welcomed 23-May-2013
The CMA has welcomed the announcement of Catchment Action funding as an important step towards implementing the region’s recently approved ten-year catchment action plan....
A recent meeting of the CMA’s Central Coast Community Reference Group was an opportunity for members to get a hands-on look at on-ground projects happening in the ...
The dedication and hard work of staff from various government agencies to restore tidal connectivity to the Tomago Wetlands on the Hunter River has been recognised with ...
A group of third-year Geomorphology students from Sydney’s Macquarie University visited the Manning Valley in May to undertake a week of field-based learning, including ...
Marine debris – we’re all part of the solution! 23-May-2013
‘Simple and effective actions to combat the devastating impacts of littler known as ‘marine debris’ is the focus of the Marine Discovery Series event to be held in ...
Cleaning up Lake Macquarie 23-May-2013
Lake Macquarie is in safe hands under the care of a local Aboriginal group employed to clean up marine debris and raise awareness of its impact on wildlife.
SCU researcher awarded for coastal science 23-May-2013
Southern Cross University researcher, Associate Professor Stephen Smith, has been awarded the University’s Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence for his contributions ...
Armed with a clipboard and a critical eye, forty students from five schools across Newcastle travelled across the Throsby Creek catchment on Wednesday 15 May to ...
|29 May 2013||6.30pm Dr David Feary, Chancellors Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Fish Ecology Lab, University of Technology, Sydney Latitudinal shifts in coral|
|30 May 2013||Dung beetles are your paddocks ultimate recyclers, capable of burying manure left by a herd of 450 cattle in less than a day. In this workshop landhol|
|5 Jun 2013||For the past two years the Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has been working with local farmers to investigate how pasture c|