The Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is supporting local communities to better understand and manage our region's natural resources.
The CMA receives funding from the NSW and Australian governments to invest in regional projects and programs in line with the Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Action Plan, NSW 2021, and the Australian Government's Caring for our Country program.
The CMA is working in partnership with individual landholders, urban residents, local government, landcare and community groups, Aboriginal communities, industry groups and other agencies to deliver on ground actions to improve the resilience of our region's unique landscapes.
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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 ...
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 ...
A recent meeting of the CMA’s Central Coast Community Reference Group was an opportunity for ...
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|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|
CMA operations and programs are supported by the Australian Government's Caring for Our Country program and the NSW Government's Catchment Action NSW program.