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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.

Click on the map to find out what's happening in your catchment.


Celebrating Landcare

From 3-5 September the Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority hosted the NSW Landcare and Catchment Management Forum 2013 in Newcastle.

Over 300 delegates participated in the event. CMA staff caught up with a few to find out what Landcare meant to them.
Meet the Landcarers


Latest news

Hunter Local Land Services Chair encourages landholders to make their vote count 17-Dec-2013

Chair of Hunter Local Land Services (LLS), Susan Hooke, is calling on local farmers and land ...

17-Dec-2013


Fiona Marshall signing off 17-Dec-2013

The past year has been a time of considerable change for the CMA and even greater change awaits, ...

17-Dec-2013


Grazing sheep on a property near Merriwa

New Local Land Services website is now live! 13-Dec-2013

From January 1st 2014 Local Land Services (LLS) will be operational across New South Wales, ...

13-Dec-2013


Brett Miners appointed new General Manager of Hunter Local Land Services 10-Dec-2013

The Board of Hunter Local Land Services (LLS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Brett ...

10-Dec-2013



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Upcoming events

Date Event
2 May 2014
Tocal Field Days 2014
The Tocal Field Days are held every year in the first weekend in May. Our visitors include people on the land who are looking for the latest innovatio
3 May 2014
Tocal Field Days 2014
The Tocal Field Days are held every year in the first weekend in May. Our visitors include people on the land who are looking for the latest innovatio
4 May 2014
Tocal Field Days 2014
The Tocal Field Days are held every year in the first weekend in May. Our visitors include people on the land who are looking for the latest innovatio
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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.





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