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All sector Directors have retained their roles with Cape York NRM
Curly and Lily Lagoons look great twelve months after exclusion fencing was put in place
Working to reduce sediment loss from Country.
Cape York Traditional Owners take the National Indigenous Fire Workshop to southern Australia for the first time
Understanding the cultural responsibility of looking after Country
A documentary about Cape York cassowaries premiered in Coen in October
Securing funding is paramount to ensure the continuation of Rangers’ vital work past 2020
Reduction in soil erosion on mitigated sites makes a substantial difference to water quality on the Reef The World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef is the planet’s greatest living wonder.
Reduction in soil erosion on mitigated sites makes a substantial difference to water quality on the Reef
Community partnerships are the key to great results
Cape York NRM Board of Directors meets several times throughout the year. The Board’s most recent meeting and AGM was held in Cooktown in October