Murray Connect Trivia Night Raises $1800 for LHMT
KOONDOOK AND BARHAM BRIDGE NEWSPAPER APR 1st 2021
Last Thursday, more than 90 community members came together to support Murray Connect’s first fundraiser trivia night “Gettin’ Trivvy With It” to raise funds for the Barham Local Health Medical Trust...
Borderless science hub for Murray-Darling Basin hangs in limbo
BY COUNTRY NEWS ON MAR 5th 2021
What do the VFF, Greater Shepparton City Council, University of Melbourne, Elders, the Queensland Government and the Almond Board of Australia all have in common?
A super-charged research hub they hope will bring sense to the Murray-Darling Basin...
Sharing a Vision
KOONDROOK AND BARHAM BRIDGE NEWSPAPER ON MAR 4th 2021
Friday, February 26, community members met at cluBarham to take part in a Koondrook–Perricoota (KP) Visioning Workshop facilitated by Western Murray Land Improvement Group (WMLIG).
The intent of the day was to help the community identify what a healthy KP...
Leap with Beef
BY THE GUARDIAN ON FEB 19th 2021
Hayley and Matt Pattison have taken the leap into marketing their own beef, and they're not looking back.
With their young children, Troy, Levi, and Zali, they farm Poll Herefords and Angus Angus Hereford cross at their Burraboi Property, about 50km north-east of Barham.
Community Asset Worth Recovering
KOONDROOK AND BARHAM BRIDGE NEWSPAPER FEB 4th 2021
Western Murray Land Improvement Group (WMLIG) in partnership with Murray Local Land Services (MLLS) held a second community tour of the Koondrook-Perricoota (KP) Forest on Sunday.
The tour provided the opportunity for community members to visit three sites...
Pollack Tour Highlights Needs for "Community-Led Approach"
KOONDROOK AND BARHAM BRIDGE NEWSPAPER JAN 7th 2021
Last month’s tour of the Pollack and a similar site within Koondrook Perricoota forest hosted by Western Murray Land Improvement Group (WMLIG) attracted over 45 attendees from Barham and surrounds, some making the trip from as far as Deniliquin, Moama, and Kerang.
The purpose of the tour was to...
Bruce Pascoe to Lead Panel at Wakool Agri-Innovation Forum
KOONDOOK AND BARHAM BRIDGE NEWSPAPER Oct 12th 2020
Award-winning indigenous author, Bruce Pascoe, will keynote the full day Wakool Agri-Innovation Forum, at the Moulamein Bowling Club on Thursday, October 15.
Mr Pascoe will be joined by a group of high profile agri-food thought leaders...
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