Upper Goulburn Catchment Proclamation - Soil Conservation and Land Utilisation Acts:
Soils of the Mallee Region.
This report was prepared by Bruce Cockroft in 1965 for the former Department of Agriculture. It provides a systematic study of the depositional systems in the Goulburn Valley area in relation to soils and their problems under irrigated horticulture.
The following report
The Goulburn Broken Region has a diverse topography with elevations ranging from 95 m above sea level along the Murray River in the north, to Mt. Buller summit being 1806 m above sea level in the mountainous south of the region. Much of the
Lurg land system
Preliminary Report on the Nillahcootie Reservoir Catchment. Soil Conservation Authority (1966):
This study describes in detail the land present in the Shire of Mitchell and provides information relevant to land use planning and assessment. It was prepared in 1996 by Evan Jones et al of the former Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Yea Soil Pit Sites within the Goulburn Broken Region
There are approximately 120 Landcare Groups in the Goulburn Broken region. These groups play an important role in tackling many land and water degradation issues and can achieve more substantial results than landholders working individually.