In February this year I was honoured to be elected as President of the MCAV. I will fulfil that role to the best of my ability and continue the good work of Charlie Lovick and other former Presidents in furthering the MCAV message to the wider community.
An exciting development in the debate on the direction of future public land management is the increasing interest and support for indigenous fire management techniques among the wider community. I invite you to read our traditional burning page on our website.
The debate on Brumby management is continuing and we have expressed deep concerns about the push to remove all the horses from the High Country.
The High-Country History Hub project will be launched before Christmas. This is a significant project which is digitising High Country and MCAV records and photographs to be accessible on the web.
I hope you have a good look at our new website and you enjoyed our Omeo Get Together in 2018.