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Soil health underpins adaptive management

Building more carbon in soils, creating more resilient farming systems, value-adding to farm businesses, learning new skills and sharing with others were among the key themes of three Wimmera paddock...

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Maximising Ecosystem Opportunities to Fit Your Business: Carbon

What do resilient agricultural investments look like? As economies transition towards lower emissions, new carbon neutrality and emission-efficient technologies are presenting economic, environmental...

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Wimmera paddock walk: November 25

with agroecologist Robin Tait Get a first-hand look at how three Wimmera farmers are incorporating tools such as multi-species covers, rotational grazing and biological inputs for soil health benefits,...

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The nature of floods

Spring 2022 update for environmental water releases All Wimmera floods have individual characteristics. This leads to challenges in predictability. Everything from when they occur and how dry or wet...

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EOI flood impact help

Have you been impacted by the recent flooding? Wimmera CMA may be able to help. We are encouraging landholders who have had their waterway fencing impacted or have noticed any erosion issues to...

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Wimmera River update from Dimboola

October 18, 2022 6pm *Dimboola update: David Brennan provides an end of day Wimmera River flow update for the community of Dimboola, and what is predicted to happen at the Dimboola Weir over the next...

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Wimmera Water Flow and Flood Information

Please note the main contact for the flood event is the Incident Control Centre managed by Vic SES. Due to the recent and predicted coming significant rainfall, there are several places you can...

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Flood Information Update

HORSHAM flood update 18/10/2022 5.25pm As we continue to monitor and respond to the flooding situation in Horsham and after consultation with key stakeholders, we believe the flooding will be between...

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New platypuses found in the Wimmera

The Wimmera’s only known platypus population is continuing to hold its own in the MacKenzie River, with ecologists finding three males including two new juveniles in the latest surveys. Ecology Australia...

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Soil pH, nutrient availability and liming webinar part1

Dr Rob Norton presents the first webinar on Soil pH, nutrient availability and liming. In this series of short slide presentations he discusses the meaning and importance of soil pH for healthy, productive soils.

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