Queensland producers now have access to grants of up to $2500 to help tackle family business and succession planning thanks to the Queensland Government.
Western Cape York’s endangered and vulnerable sea turtles now have safer nesting sites, thanks to an innovative collaboration between local Indigenous ranger groups.
Have your say on draft environmental values and water quality objectives for eastern Cape York wa
Open now! Expressions of Interest (EOI) are sort from Rainforest Aboriginal People to get small and medium sized projects up and running across the region.
Projects must fall within the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area or the Wet Tropics NRM Region.
These ‘Flood ready … flood safe’ factsheets are a helpful guide and information source to help landholders prepare for, and cope with, floods. They were developed by the Regional Groups Collective with funding from the Queensland Government.
Articles are invited for submission in Cape York NRM’s Healthy Country Newsletter. The newsletter is distributed to over 2000 people and organisations, providing the opportunity to share Cape York’s natural resource management practices far and wide.
Cape York NRM held its Annual General Meeting at the Laura Racecourse and Rodeo Grounds on Saturday 29 October 2016, at which time Company Secretary Bob Frazer formally announced the result of director elections.
The current Board of Directors is made up of the following Cape York NRM members:
Over 100 people meet in Cairns this week to discuss their fire management and carbon projects on Cape York. This included land managers from local government, cattle stations, Traditional Owner groups, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and representatives from the Rural Fire Service.