Our Projects and Activities

Explore by NRM theme

Explore our projects by clicking on one of the themes below. Projects are how we express our intentions...from on ground works to the necessary functions of planning and capacity building. These NRM themes are familiar concepts in the community. Many projects appear in more than one theme since NRM concepts are all inter-related.

  • Supporting landholders to strategically control pests on their land by ensuring resources go where they are needed so management can occur at the right time.

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  • Supporting landholders to strategically control pests on their land by ensuring resources go where they are needed so management can occur at the right time.

  • Using a planning by doing approach to give voice to existing local planning and knowledge of climate and environemtal change and how this affects livelihoods and land and water management...

  • Working with landholders, communities, rangers, NRM groups, Traditional Owners, Landcare groups, catchment groups and individuals to implement programs that care for threatened species, important...

  • Helping landholders to better manage fire by supporting fire scar mapping Northern Australia Fire Information (NAFI) site. Coordidinating workshops and on-country advice, working with Cape York's...

  • Working towards sustainable beef cattle, horticulture and fishing industries through land and water management, property planning, industry roundtables and extension programs with Cape York's...

Project listings by NRM theme

Cape York NRM Corporate

Commence date: 01 Jul 2016 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

Development of a Business/Investment case for the ongoing support and expansion of the Cape York Land and Sea Indigenous Reference Groups Initiative.

Commence date: 24 May 2013 - Status: Closed
This project saw the construction of a map of cape york including traditional boundaries to better facilitate the transfer of information regarding up coming projects between all stakeholders.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2013 - Status: Closed

This program ensured the regional NRM body had the capacity to contribute to delivering the State governments NRM and related policy agenda and associated programs.

Commence date: 22 Dec 2010 - Status: Closed

Services to Cape York NRM for information technology (IT); including the development and implementation of an IT plan: understand and maintain all ATLAS infrastructures for Cape York NRM, into the

Status: Closed

Climate Adaptation

This work will use knowledge about current and projected climate change in the Cape York region to develop a more specific understanding of the consequences for sustainable management of country in the region.
Commence date: 16 Feb 2017 - Status: Active

This project builds on previous engagement with landholders from the “Your Climate” planning project undertaken from March-July 2014, in the Mitchell River catchment area. 

Commence date: 26 Nov 2014 - Status: Closed

This project facilitates and develops a carbon prioritisation spatial framework for Cape York, for current and future use.

Commence date: 22 Aug 2014 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed
Cape York NRM is adapting a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.
Commence date: 16 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This project provided business and NRM planning support to four Indigenous groups on Cape York, underpinning their work required to fulfil their land and sea aspirations and sustainable business de

Commence date: 05 Feb 2014 - Status: Closed

Services to Cape York NRM for information technology (IT); including the development and implementation of an IT plan: understand and maintain all ATLAS infrastructures for Cape York NRM, into the

Status: Closed

Community

This consultancy for the development and writing of a project plan and a grant application for a proposed Litter and Illegal Dumping Program.

Commence date: 31 Mar 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project is enabling training support to the Ayapathu Rangers for monitoring the effectiveness of their lantana control project 'Protecting Balclutha (Lava Hill) Nature Refuge'.

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

Site location: From Laura through to Normanby and Melsonby stations across Kings Plains and around the Northern Wet Tropics Rainforest margins

Project Summary:

Commence date: 11 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed

Cape York NRM has adapted a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.

Commence date: 08 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Lochinvar Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 03 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active

This project had two objectives:

Commence date: 08 Feb 2013 - Status: Closed
An important study focused on the preservation of land in order to protect the habitat of the Australian Native Bee in Cape York, North Queensland. Kuku-Thaypan Elder Tommy George works with scientists to study the native bee, comparing knowledge on the species type and on how they are managed in the environment.
Commence date: 01 Apr 2012 - Status: Closed

Country and Conservation

This project will produce a series of fact sheets for 30 species of grasses found on Quinkan Country.
Commence date: 09 Mar 2017 - Status: Active

The coastline north of the Pormpuraaw community has an extensive Olive Ridley sea turtle nesting rookery with PLASM rangers currently patrolling and protecting around 18,000 eggs incubating in nest

Commence date: 19 Oct 2016 - Status: Closed
The Angkamuthi clan aim to connect the younger generation of Angkamuthi members with their homelands so that they become more involved with land management and understand the value of their cultural heritage, developing a greater interest to protect the local environment inclusive of the wetlands.
Commence date: 15 Jul 2016 - Status: Active

This project is being delivered by a collaborative partnership between Cape York Natural Resource Management and UMI Arts with the goal of instilling awareness of the effects and creating a persona

Commence date: 28 Jun 2016 - Status: Active
A documentary will be produced with the aim to increase the local community's and broader public's understanding of turtle threat abatement action, through the West Coast Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance.
Commence date: 14 Jun 2016 - Status: Active
This project directly addresses Yuku Baja Muliku (YBM) concerns that their mussel stocks are declining.
Commence date: 25 Mar 2016 - Status: Active

In 2014 Seymour Out Bush completed the Temple Bay Pond Apple Project, with the main objective of the project was capacity building of the participants in the form of training, mentoring and on-grou

Commence date: 04 Nov 2015 - Status: Closed

The White Bellied sub-species of the Crimson Finch, Neochmia phaeton evangelinae, and the northern sub-species of the Star Finch, Noechnia ruficauda clarescens have been declining in the Kowa

Commence date: 30 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

The objective is to eradicate Hymenachne to prevent its spread by birds, cattle, pigs and floods to adjacent and downstream Wetlands of National Significance, (cattle exclusion fence) and managed f

Commence date: 28 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

This project continues the 3 year program which implements strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural valu

Commence date: 16 Oct 2015 - Status: Closed

This project will increase the level of protection against pond apple for coastal ecosystems on the east coast of Cape York, including mangrove, paperbark swamp and coastal littoral forest vegetati

Commence date: 09 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

Weeds, feral pigs, pest fish and fire in and around natural aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity.

Commence date: 17 Sep 2015 - Status: Active

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Commence date: 08 Sep 2015 - Status: Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
As part of their turtle nest protection strategy, the Kowanyama Rangers worked in cooperation with a dedicated on-ground “Feral Control Team” specialising in culling pigs and wild dogs. The FCT acting as part of “Operation Bikki Bikki”
Commence date: 30 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date: 13 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Pormpuraaw rangers
Commence date: 10 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project worked with Cape York Nature Refuge Landholders to provide support to develop and submit on-ground conservation project applications for funding under Northern Gulf Resource Mana

Commence date: 08 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

Commence date: 05 Dec 2014 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program, delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures that invoves shooting, trapping and baiting, to

Commence date: 25 Aug 2014 - Status: Closed

The Wenlock Management Catchment Group Inc. is a not-for-profit group established to give voice to the Wenlock River.

Commence date: 01 Jul 2014 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is focused on engagement with Nature Refuge landholders to improve fire management across 5 Nature Refuges through the implementation of property level fire management plans, sup

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures.

Commence date: 13 May 2014 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date: 17 Apr 2014 - Status: Active

The Taepithiggi Batavia Clan Group Aboriginal Corporation (TBCAC), formed following the Old Mapoon Aboriginal Corporation’s establishment in 2013, represents the custodians of country stretch

Commence date: 07 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This is a community engagement program in the Lockhart River region and part of  the Your Climate NRM planning project.

Commence date: 01 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date: 05 Feb 2014 - Status: Active

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Lochinvar Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 03 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was aimed at reinstatement and rehabilitation of Weipa waterfront from damage done by Cyclone Oswald, preventing the loss of culturally significant melaleuca stands and foreshore

Commence date: 27 May 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active

The purpose of this project was to undertake a targeted aerial cull on pests animals such as pigs around Flatback nesting sites.

Commence date: 25 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2012 - Status: Active

This program aligns to the Q2 Coasts and Country investment and the QLD government policy drivers of Closing the Gap and Advancing Indigenous Reconciliation in Primary Industries and Natural Resour

Commence date: 08 Sep 2011 - Status: Closed

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status: Closed

Fire Management

The 2017 National Indigenous Fire Workshop will be hosted by the Balnggarrawarra Gaarraay Traditional Owners at Melsonby, Cape York July 3rd- 7th 2017.
Commence date: 03 Apr 2017 - Status: Active
This project will produce a series of fact sheets for 30 species of grasses found on Quinkan Country.
Commence date: 09 Mar 2017 - Status: Active
Training and mentoring will be provided with Traditional Ecological Knowledge with Indigenous and non-Indigenous land managers in East Coast catchments on fire management practices. This training will include mapping and monitoring training with four Indigenous organisations, development of relevant monitoring tools for East Coast fire management and data collection to document on-ground management.
Commence date: 09 Sep 2016 - Status: Active
The annual Cape York Indigenous Fire Workshop brings many communities as well as multiple agencies and organisations together to help teach them about fire, how they can progress the methodologies used in their own regions for managing fire, and facilitate sharing the knowledge and practices of individuals and organisations between one another.
Commence date: 27 May 2016 - Status: Closed
Consultants Firescape Science will produce map products that enable property managers to assess their eligibility and the potential economic returns for engaging in the Carbon Farming Initiative. The base map will cover the entire eligible area north of the 600mm rainfall isohyet.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed

This project involved fire, weed and feral animal management using integrated control techniques which complemented each other.

Commence date: 20 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is focused on engagement with Nature Refuge landholders to improve fire management across 5 Nature Refuges through the implementation of property level fire management plans, sup

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

This project partnered with Mulong Pty Ltd to conduct a fire management workshop on Steve Irwin Wildlife Sanctuary (or other suitable location) over five days in July 2014.

Commence date: 28 Feb 2014 - Status: Closed

Site location: From Laura through to Normanby and Melsonby stations across Kings Plains and around the Northern Wet Tropics Rainforest margins

Project Summary:

Commence date: 11 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed

This was a short project for Mulong to provide on-country burning training and fire management planning to the members Wunta Aboriginal Corporation on Palinjii (Nesbit) country.

Commence date: 14 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

This project extended the coverage of traditional fire management practices across Cape York Peninsula, both during this activity and beyond the project timeframe. The project contributed to the Caring for Our Country target ' to expand traditional fire management regimes across at least 200 00 sq km's of northern Australian savannas by 2013. 

Commence date: 15 May 2012 - Status: Closed

Livelihoods

This project will produce a series of fact sheets for 30 species of grasses found on Quinkan Country.
Commence date: 09 Mar 2017 - Status: Active

Mt Louis Station is committed to the eradication of weeds on the property, with specific emphasis on the reduction of weeds in the streams and waterways.

Commence date: 02 Dec 2015 - Status: Active

This small grant supports the installation of moisture sensors in paddocks in preperation to farmworks and workshops, on the Kureen property.

Commence date: 02 Sep 2015 - Status: Active
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

The Normanby River is the fourth largest river system flowing into the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) lagoon, and the largest on Cape York.

Commence date: 01 Mar 2015 - Status: Closed

This project is part of the Cape York NRM Sustainable Agriculture Project, and establishes a demonstration site focused on soil health, land condition, fire and water management, economic baselines

Commence date: 05 May 2014 - Status: Closed

The Taepithiggi Batavia Clan Group Aboriginal Corporation (TBCAC), formed following the Old Mapoon Aboriginal Corporation’s establishment in 2013, represents the custodians of country stretch

Commence date: 07 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Lochinvar Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 03 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was aimed at reinstatement and rehabilitation of Weipa waterfront from damage done by Cyclone Oswald, preventing the loss of culturally significant melaleuca stands and foreshore

Commence date: 27 May 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Wolverton Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 06 May 2013 - Status: Active
This project sought to continue the trial of traditional fire management techniques on Kins Plain's in order to halt the overtaking of weeds and exotic grasses on the property with the continued expressed permission of the property owners Darryl and Linda Paradise.
Commence date: 26 Mar 2013 - Status: Closed

This QLD Government investment provided support and assistance to Indigenous applicants in developing new business and economic proposals to enable them to effectively navigate processes unde

Commence date: 04 Nov 2011 - Status: Closed

Planning and monitoring

The White Bellied sub-species of the Crimson Finch, Neochmia phaeton evangelinae, and the northern sub-species of the Star Finch, Noechnia ruficauda clarescens have been declining in the Kowa

Commence date: 30 Oct 2015 - Status: Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date: 13 Aug 2015 - Status: Active
Consultants Firescape Science will produce map products that enable property managers to assess their eligibility and the potential economic returns for engaging in the Carbon Farming Initiative. The base map will cover the entire eligible area north of the 600mm rainfall isohyet.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project worked with Cape York Nature Refuge Landholders to provide support to develop and submit on-ground conservation project applications for funding under Northern Gulf Resource Mana

Commence date: 08 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

This analysis strategy identified a process and framework for examining data collated by Cape York Natural Resource Management to assist in the development of their adaptive planning process

Commence date: 05 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

This project builds on previous engagement with landholders from the “Your Climate” planning project undertaken from March-July 2014, in the Mitchell River catchment area. 

Commence date: 26 Nov 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is enabling training support to the Ayapathu Rangers for monitoring the effectiveness of their lantana control project 'Protecting Balclutha (Lava Hill) Nature Refuge'.

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

The Taepithiggi Batavia Clan Group Aboriginal Corporation (TBCAC), formed following the Old Mapoon Aboriginal Corporation’s establishment in 2013, represents the custodians of country stretch

Commence date: 07 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This is a community engagement program in the Lockhart River region and part of  the Your Climate NRM planning project.

Commence date: 01 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has adapted a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.

Commence date: 08 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed

This was a short project for Mulong to provide on-country burning training and fire management planning to the members Wunta Aboriginal Corporation on Palinjii (Nesbit) country.

Commence date: 14 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed
This project was the first step in the process of gathering information both traditional and scientific of the Nesbit area through the surveying of the area and the development of a plan which would address the management of weeds, feral animals and fire.
Commence date: 20 Nov 2012 - Status: Closed
Governance is the collection of ruiles and processes that keep us constiututed as an organisation.
Status: Active

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status: Closed

Services to Cape York NRM for information technology (IT); including the development and implementation of an IT plan: understand and maintain all ATLAS infrastructures for Cape York NRM, into the

Status: Closed

Soils and Land Condition

This project at supports rehabilitation of the Annie River System at Lilyvale Station river system, which feeds directly into Princess Charlotte Bay.
Commence date: 25 Jun 2016 - Status: Active

During June 2015, the “Grow Do It” – Musical Gardening Program visited Lakeland, Laura, Bloomfield and Rossville State Schools.

Commence date: 21 Jun 2016 - Status: Closed

This project was developed for the colection of Electromagnetic mapping, elevation data on 300 hectares of land in the Cape York Region that had been designated for high intensity agriculural

Commence date: 14 Jun 2016 - Status: Active
The project is assisting in the delivery of the main outcome of the Reef Trust Gully Erosion Control Programme; to reduce sediment loads from gully erosion by 50% in the highest priority subcatchments in the Normanby Basin. In this specific project of the Programme the remediation sites are Crocodile Gap, Granite Normanby, and the West Normanby Bridge.
Commence date: 06 Jun 2016 - Status: Active

Mt Louis Station is committed to the eradication of weeds on the property, with specific emphasis on the reduction of weeds in the streams and waterways.

Commence date: 02 Dec 2015 - Status: Active
This project is to construct a bio-fertiliser factory on farm. The target is to increase the use of biological preparations and bio-fertilizers with the aim of increasing biological diversity and density in our soil. Increased biological activity in the soil will result in healthier crops and better utilisation of resources including fertiliser and water.
Commence date: 10 Jul 2015 - Status: Active
Violet Vale Station contains 1,896 hectares of wetlands that are listed as wetlands of National significance in the Department of Environment’s Directory of Important Wetlands in Australia.
Commence date: 26 Jun 2015 - Status: Active
This project assisted with establishing a baseline for the assessment of land condition and to monitor the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire to manage natural resources and maintain ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 25 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

The Normanby River is the fourth largest river system flowing into the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) lagoon, and the largest on Cape York.

Commence date: 01 Mar 2015 - Status: Closed

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was aimed at reinstatement and rehabilitation of Weipa waterfront from damage done by Cyclone Oswald, preventing the loss of culturally significant melaleuca stands and foreshore

Commence date: 27 May 2013 - Status: Closed
This project included the control of weed infestations and the protection of natural beach and dune flora near Chilli Beach as well as the revegetation of the area surrounding the esplanade. The repair of dune degradation from vehicle access was also an integral part of the project.
Commence date: 07 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed

Water, Wetlands and Marine

This project will see a muster carried out of these wetland areas with an estimate to catch 100 head of feral cattle and thus reduce impacts on these important wetlands.
Commence date: 08 Nov 2016 - Status: Active
Weeds, feral animals and fire in and around our aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity. This project will address these critical threats across 3 key environmental areas; the upper Normanby Wetlands in the Northern Wet Tropics Word Heritage Area at the headwaters of Rinyirru NP (Salvinia) 2 Normanby Lagoons (feral pigs and cattle) and the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor adjacent to the NWTWHA (Late season fires, Lantana and Gamba Grass)
Commence date: 23 Sep 2016 - Status: Active
Training and mentoring will be provided with Traditional Ecological Knowledge with Indigenous and non-Indigenous land managers in East Coast catchments on fire management practices. This training will include mapping and monitoring training with four Indigenous organisations, development of relevant monitoring tools for East Coast fire management and data collection to document on-ground management.
Commence date: 09 Sep 2016 - Status: Active
This project directly addresses Yuku Baja Muliku (YBM) concerns that their mussel stocks are declining.
Commence date: 25 Mar 2016 - Status: Active

This project documents the aquatic fauna and quantify the water quality of wetlands on Violet Vale Station.

Commence date: 17 Sep 2015 - Status: Closed

Weeds, feral pigs, pest fish and fire in and around natural aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity.

Commence date: 17 Sep 2015 - Status: Active
Violet Vale Station contains 1,896 hectares of wetlands that are listed as wetlands of National significance in the Department of Environment’s Directory of Important Wetlands in Australia.
Commence date: 26 Jun 2015 - Status: Active

This project contributes to improvement to water quality flowing into the Great Barrier Reef by enabling landholders on priority grazing properties in the Laura-Normanby catchments of Cape Yo

Commence date: 24 Jun 2015 - Status: Active
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
This small grant supports the on-going work of the Apudthama Land and Sea Rangers to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the ranger program during 2015.
Commence date: 22 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date: 13 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Pormpuraaw rangers
Commence date: 10 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
The Wenlock River requires good management, an effectively targeted work program and coordinated stakeholder and community participation to maintain these values and to reduce the impacts of populations.
Commence date: 18 Mar 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

The Wenlock Management Catchment Group Inc. is a not-for-profit group established to give voice to the Wenlock River.

Commence date: 01 Jul 2014 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project delivered strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York.

Commence date: 14 May 2014 - Status: Closed

This investment is hosting a Project Officer, the Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance Coordinator.

Commence date: 11 Dec 2013 - Status: Active

Site location: From Laura through to Normanby and Melsonby stations across Kings Plains and around the Northern Wet Tropics Rainforest margins

Project Summary:

Commence date: 11 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed
This project occurs over 3 stages and controls areas of environmental weeds on Dawnvale Station, including Sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia).
Commence date: 30 May 2013 - Status: Active

This project was targeted to improve the water quality of Cameron Creek, part of the Endeavour River system, and the Billabong Wetland.

Commence date: 14 May 2013 - Status: Closed

The purpose of this project was to undertake a targeted aerial cull on pests animals such as pigs around Flatback nesting sites.

Commence date: 25 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed
This project included the control of weed infestations and the protection of natural beach and dune flora near Chilli Beach as well as the revegetation of the area surrounding the esplanade. The repair of dune degradation from vehicle access was also an integral part of the project.
Commence date: 07 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed
The project aimed to increase Flatback, Hawksbill, Green, and Olive Ridley turtles breeding success through the exchange of conservation information between relevant stakeholders and sufficient pest animal management to protect nests.
Commence date: 20 Feb 2012 - Status: Closed

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status: Closed

Weeds and Pest Management

Containing and reducing the further spread of established Hymenachne at Pormpuraaw through control works and mapping of treated areas.
Commence date: 20 Mar 2017 - Status: Active
Rangers from the Injinoo Ranger Base will implement Gamba grass control activities over and area of 50 Ha over 2017.
Commence date: 05 Jan 2017 - Status: Active

The coastline north of the Pormpuraaw community has an extensive Olive Ridley sea turtle nesting rookery with PLASM rangers currently patrolling and protecting around 18,000 eggs incubating in nest

Commence date: 19 Oct 2016 - Status: Closed
Control Rubber Vine and attempt further containment at the established Lukin River containment area.
Commence date: 10 Oct 2016 - Status: Closed
Weeds, feral animals and fire in and around our aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity. This project will address these critical threats across 3 key environmental areas; the upper Normanby Wetlands in the Northern Wet Tropics Word Heritage Area at the headwaters of Rinyirru NP (Salvinia) 2 Normanby Lagoons (feral pigs and cattle) and the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor adjacent to the NWTWHA (Late season fires, Lantana and Gamba Grass)
Commence date: 23 Sep 2016 - Status: Active
This project contains and reduces the further spread of established Hymenachne in the Normanby and Annan catchments through control works and mapping of treated areas.
Commence date: 23 Sep 2016 - Status: Active

This small grant will provide resources for control of Sickle Pod on Holroyd Station. 

Commence date: 02 Dec 2015 - Status: Closed

Mt Louis Station is committed to the eradication of weeds on the property, with specific emphasis on the reduction of weeds in the streams and waterways.

Commence date: 02 Dec 2015 - Status: Active

This project will control Sicklepod and Rubber vine in the Palmer River, to stop these introduced plants advancing further along the Palmer River and out into pastures.

Commence date: 16 Nov 2015 - Status: Active

In 2014 Seymour Out Bush completed the Temple Bay Pond Apple Project, with the main objective of the project was capacity building of the participants in the form of training, mentoring and on-grou

Commence date: 04 Nov 2015 - Status: Closed

The objective is to eradicate Hymenachne to prevent its spread by birds, cattle, pigs and floods to adjacent and downstream Wetlands of National Significance, (cattle exclusion fence) and managed f

Commence date: 28 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

This Rubber Vine Control project has continued to carry out the established efforts to contain the Rubber Vine threat to by the method of spraying the rubber vine on Lukin River on Yarraden Station

Commence date: 19 Oct 2015 - Status: Closed

This project continues the 3 year program which implements strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural valu

Commence date: 16 Oct 2015 - Status: Closed

This project continues the pond apple control work in the Mt Amos and Cooktown area.

Commence date: 13 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

This project will increase the level of protection against pond apple for coastal ecosystems on the east coast of Cape York, including mangrove, paperbark swamp and coastal littoral forest vegetati

Commence date: 09 Oct 2015 - Status: Active
The goal of the research is to identify cost-effective control programs to reduce reinvasion of coastal areas by feral pigs and thereby reduce the need for aerial culls, it is important to improve our knowledge of pig populations and appropriate management units in western Cape York.
Commence date: 25 Sep 2015 - Status: Closed

Weeds, feral pigs, pest fish and fire in and around natural aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity.

Commence date: 17 Sep 2015 - Status: Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date: 13 Aug 2015 - Status: Active
Violet Vale Station contains 1,896 hectares of wetlands that are listed as wetlands of National significance in the Department of Environment’s Directory of Important Wetlands in Australia.
Commence date: 26 Jun 2015 - Status: Active
As part of their turtle nest protection strategy, the Kowanyama Rangers worked in cooperation with a dedicated on-ground “Feral Control Team” specialising in culling pigs and wild dogs. The FCT acting as part of “Operation Bikki Bikki”
Commence date: 30 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed

This project involved fire, weed and feral animal management using integrated control techniques which complemented each other.

Commence date: 20 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date: 13 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Pormpuraaw rangers
Commence date: 10 Apr 2015 - Status: Active

This project implements strategic and coordinated weed management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York. 

Commence date: 01 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This small grant provides resources for control of snake weed and to reseed pasture with suitable grass species on Lakeland distric property.

Commence date: 24 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project delivered capacity building and mentoring to the Kuku yu people, within the Temple Bay area, through a Pond Apple survey and control program.

Commence date: 09 Nov 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is part of a three (3) year program aimed at the implementation of a strategic and coordinated pest management action, plan to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, ag

Commence date: 28 Oct 2014 - Status: Closed

This Rubber Vine Control Project is an integral part of a three year program aimed at implementing a strategic and coordinated pest management action plan to reduce the impacts of invasive species

Commence date: 16 Oct 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is enabling training support to the Ayapathu Rangers for monitoring the effectiveness of their lantana control project 'Protecting Balclutha (Lava Hill) Nature Refuge'.

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

This project delivered strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York.

Commence date: 14 May 2014 - Status: Closed

Gamba Grass (Andropogon gayanus) is a significant weed in Queensland and is a declared pes

Commence date: 31 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Phase 1:

Commence date: 14 Mar 2014 - Status: Closed

This small grant supports herbicide purchase for the control of Rubber Vine, Sicklepod and Caltrope at Soda Springs.

Commence date: 10 Feb 2014 - Status: Closed

This small grant supports herbicide purchase for the control of Rubber Vine, Sicklepod, Blue Snake Weed and Caltrope, at Mt McLean and One Mile Farm

Commence date: 01 Feb 2014 - Status: Active

Site location: From Laura through to Normanby and Melsonby stations across Kings Plains and around the Northern Wet Tropics Rainforest margins

Project Summary:

Commence date: 11 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Lochinvar Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 03 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed
This project occurs over 3 stages and controls areas of environmental weeds on Dawnvale Station, including Sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia).
Commence date: 30 May 2013 - Status: Active

This project was aimed at reinstatement and rehabilitation of Weipa waterfront from damage done by Cyclone Oswald, preventing the loss of culturally significant melaleuca stands and foreshore

Commence date: 27 May 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was targeted to improve the water quality of Cameron Creek, part of the Endeavour River system, and the Billabong Wetland.

Commence date: 14 May 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Wolverton Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 06 May 2013 - Status: Active
This project sought to continue the trial of traditional fire management techniques on Kins Plain's in order to halt the overtaking of weeds and exotic grasses on the property with the continued expressed permission of the property owners Darryl and Linda Paradise.
Commence date: 26 Mar 2013 - Status: Closed

The purpose of this project was to undertake a targeted aerial cull on pests animals such as pigs around Flatback nesting sites.

Commence date: 25 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed
This project included the control of weed infestations and the protection of natural beach and dune flora near Chilli Beach as well as the revegetation of the area surrounding the esplanade. The repair of dune degradation from vehicle access was also an integral part of the project.
Commence date: 07 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed
This project ensured the performance of a comprehensive spraying program using Glyphosphate and Conqueror along roads around Portland Roads and Chilli Beach. This project was enacted with assistance from the Cook Shire Council and numerous other organisations.
Commence date: 02 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status: Active

This small grant supports the control of Sicklepod on Violetvale Station.

Status: Active

Projects in each Sector

Conservation

This work will use knowledge about current and projected climate change in the Cape York region to develop a more specific understanding of the consequences for sustainable management of country in the region.
Commence date: 16 Feb 2017 - Status: Active
A documentary will be produced with the aim to increase the local community's and broader public's understanding of turtle threat abatement action, through the West Coast Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance.
Commence date: 14 Jun 2016 - Status: Active

This project contributes to improvement to water quality flowing into the Great Barrier Reef by enabling landholders on priority grazing properties in the Laura-Normanby catchments of Cape Yo

Commence date: 24 Jun 2015 - Status: Active
The project aimed to increase Flatback, Hawksbill, Green, and Olive Ridley turtles breeding success through the exchange of conservation information between relevant stakeholders and sufficient pest animal management to protect nests.
Commence date: 20 Feb 2012 - Status: Closed

Commence date: 01 Jul 2016 - Status: Active

This investment is hosting a Project Officer, the Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance Coordinator.

Commence date: 11 Dec 2013 - Status: Active

In 2014 Seymour Out Bush completed the Temple Bay Pond Apple Project, with the main objective of the project was capacity building of the participants in the form of training, mentoring and on-grou

Commence date: 04 Nov 2015 - Status: Closed
The goal of the research is to identify cost-effective control programs to reduce reinvasion of coastal areas by feral pigs and thereby reduce the need for aerial culls, it is important to improve our knowledge of pig populations and appropriate management units in western Cape York.
Commence date: 25 Sep 2015 - Status: Closed

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Commence date: 08 Sep 2015 - Status: Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date: 13 Aug 2015 - Status: Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date: 13 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Pormpuraaw rangers
Commence date: 10 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date: 17 Apr 2014 - Status: Active

Phase 1:

Commence date: 14 Mar 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date: 05 Feb 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

Development of a Business/Investment case for the ongoing support and expansion of the Cape York Land and Sea Indigenous Reference Groups Initiative.

Commence date: 24 May 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active

The purpose of this project was to undertake a targeted aerial cull on pests animals such as pigs around Flatback nesting sites.

Commence date: 25 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2012 - Status: Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status: Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status: Active

This Rubber Vine Control project has continued to carry out the established efforts to contain the Rubber Vine threat to by the method of spraying the rubber vine on Lukin River on Yarraden Station

Commence date: 19 Oct 2015 - Status: Closed

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Commence date: 08 Sep 2015 - Status: Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date: 13 Aug 2015 - Status: Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date: 13 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
The Wenlock River requires good management, an effectively targeted work program and coordinated stakeholder and community participation to maintain these values and to reduce the impacts of populations.
Commence date: 18 Mar 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project worked with Cape York Nature Refuge Landholders to provide support to develop and submit on-ground conservation project applications for funding under Northern Gulf Resource Mana

Commence date: 08 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

This project delivered capacity building and mentoring to the Kuku yu people, within the Temple Bay area, through a Pond Apple survey and control program.

Commence date: 09 Nov 2014 - Status: Closed

This Rubber Vine Control Project is an integral part of a three year program aimed at implementing a strategic and coordinated pest management action plan to reduce the impacts of invasive species

Commence date: 16 Oct 2014 - Status: Closed

The Wenlock Management Catchment Group Inc. is a not-for-profit group established to give voice to the Wenlock River.

Commence date: 01 Jul 2014 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is focused on engagement with Nature Refuge landholders to improve fire management across 5 Nature Refuges through the implementation of property level fire management plans, sup

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures.

Commence date: 13 May 2014 - Status: Active

This is a community engagement program in the Lockhart River region and part of  the Your Climate NRM planning project.

Commence date: 01 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

This project partnered with Mulong Pty Ltd to conduct a fire management workshop on Steve Irwin Wildlife Sanctuary (or other suitable location) over five days in July 2014.

Commence date: 28 Feb 2014 - Status: Closed

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed
This project occurs over 3 stages and controls areas of environmental weeds on Dawnvale Station, including Sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia).
Commence date: 30 May 2013 - Status: Active

This project was aimed at reinstatement and rehabilitation of Weipa waterfront from damage done by Cyclone Oswald, preventing the loss of culturally significant melaleuca stands and foreshore

Commence date: 27 May 2013 - Status: Closed

Development of a Business/Investment case for the ongoing support and expansion of the Cape York Land and Sea Indigenous Reference Groups Initiative.

Commence date: 24 May 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active
This project included the control of weed infestations and the protection of natural beach and dune flora near Chilli Beach as well as the revegetation of the area surrounding the esplanade. The repair of dune degradation from vehicle access was also an integral part of the project.
Commence date: 07 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed
This project ensured the performance of a comprehensive spraying program using Glyphosphate and Conqueror along roads around Portland Roads and Chilli Beach. This project was enacted with assistance from the Cook Shire Council and numerous other organisations.
Commence date: 02 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed
This project was the first step in the process of gathering information both traditional and scientific of the Nesbit area through the surveying of the area and the development of a plan which would address the management of weeds, feral animals and fire.
Commence date: 20 Nov 2012 - Status: Closed

This project extended the coverage of traditional fire management practices across Cape York Peninsula, both during this activity and beyond the project timeframe. The project contributed to the Caring for Our Country target ' to expand traditional fire management regimes across at least 200 00 sq km's of northern Australian savannas by 2013. 

Commence date: 15 May 2012 - Status: Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2012 - Status: Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status: Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status: Active
Control Rubber Vine and attempt further containment at the established Lukin River containment area.
Commence date: 10 Oct 2016 - Status: Closed

This Rubber Vine Control project has continued to carry out the established efforts to contain the Rubber Vine threat to by the method of spraying the rubber vine on Lukin River on Yarraden Station

Commence date: 19 Oct 2015 - Status: Closed

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Commence date: 08 Sep 2015 - Status: Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date: 13 Aug 2015 - Status: Active
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project worked with Cape York Nature Refuge Landholders to provide support to develop and submit on-ground conservation project applications for funding under Northern Gulf Resource Mana

Commence date: 08 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

Commence date: 05 Dec 2014 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is focused on engagement with Nature Refuge landholders to improve fire management across 5 Nature Refuges through the implementation of property level fire management plans, sup

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

This project is enabling training support to the Ayapathu Rangers for monitoring the effectiveness of their lantana control project 'Protecting Balclutha (Lava Hill) Nature Refuge'.

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

This project delivered strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York.

Commence date: 14 May 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

This was a short project for Mulong to provide on-country burning training and fire management planning to the members Wunta Aboriginal Corporation on Palinjii (Nesbit) country.

Commence date: 14 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Lochinvar Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 03 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

Development of a Business/Investment case for the ongoing support and expansion of the Cape York Land and Sea Indigenous Reference Groups Initiative.

Commence date: 24 May 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Wolverton Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 06 May 2013 - Status: Active
This project was the first step in the process of gathering information both traditional and scientific of the Nesbit area through the surveying of the area and the development of a plan which would address the management of weeds, feral animals and fire.
Commence date: 20 Nov 2012 - Status: Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2012 - Status: Active

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status: Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status: Closed
Containing and reducing the further spread of established Hymenachne at Pormpuraaw through control works and mapping of treated areas.
Commence date: 20 Mar 2017 - Status: Active
This project will produce a series of fact sheets for 30 species of grasses found on Quinkan Country.
Commence date: 09 Mar 2017 - Status: Active
Weeds, feral animals and fire in and around our aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity. This project will address these critical threats across 3 key environmental areas; the upper Normanby Wetlands in the Northern Wet Tropics Word Heritage Area at the headwaters of Rinyirru NP (Salvinia) 2 Normanby Lagoons (feral pigs and cattle) and the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor adjacent to the NWTWHA (Late season fires, Lantana and Gamba Grass)
Commence date: 23 Sep 2016 - Status: Active
This project contains and reduces the further spread of established Hymenachne in the Normanby and Annan catchments through control works and mapping of treated areas.
Commence date: 23 Sep 2016 - Status: Active

During June 2015, the “Grow Do It” – Musical Gardening Program visited Lakeland, Laura, Bloomfield and Rossville State Schools.

Commence date: 21 Jun 2016 - Status: Closed
This project directly addresses Yuku Baja Muliku (YBM) concerns that their mussel stocks are declining.
Commence date: 25 Mar 2016 - Status: Active

The White Bellied sub-species of the Crimson Finch, Neochmia phaeton evangelinae, and the northern sub-species of the Star Finch, Noechnia ruficauda clarescens have been declining in the Kowa

Commence date: 30 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

The objective is to eradicate Hymenachne to prevent its spread by birds, cattle, pigs and floods to adjacent and downstream Wetlands of National Significance, (cattle exclusion fence) and managed f

Commence date: 28 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

This project continues the pond apple control work in the Mt Amos and Cooktown area.

Commence date: 13 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

This project will increase the level of protection against pond apple for coastal ecosystems on the east coast of Cape York, including mangrove, paperbark swamp and coastal littoral forest vegetati

Commence date: 09 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

This project documents the aquatic fauna and quantify the water quality of wetlands on Violet Vale Station.

Commence date: 17 Sep 2015 - Status: Closed

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Commence date: 08 Sep 2015 - Status: Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date: 13 Aug 2015 - Status: Active
Violet Vale Station contains 1,896 hectares of wetlands that are listed as wetlands of National significance in the Department of Environment’s Directory of Important Wetlands in Australia.
Commence date: 26 Jun 2015 - Status: Active
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
As part of their turtle nest protection strategy, the Kowanyama Rangers worked in cooperation with a dedicated on-ground “Feral Control Team” specialising in culling pigs and wild dogs. The FCT acting as part of “Operation Bikki Bikki”
Commence date: 30 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed

This project involved fire, weed and feral animal management using integrated control techniques which complemented each other.

Commence date: 20 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed

This project implements strategic and coordinated weed management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York. 

Commence date: 01 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is enabling training support to the Ayapathu Rangers for monitoring the effectiveness of their lantana control project 'Protecting Balclutha (Lava Hill) Nature Refuge'.

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

This project delivered strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York.

Commence date: 14 May 2014 - Status: Closed
Cape York NRM is adapting a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.
Commence date: 16 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date: 05 Feb 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

Site location: From Laura through to Normanby and Melsonby stations across Kings Plains and around the Northern Wet Tropics Rainforest margins

Project Summary:

Commence date: 11 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed

Cape York NRM has adapted a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.

Commence date: 08 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

Development of a Business/Investment case for the ongoing support and expansion of the Cape York Land and Sea Indigenous Reference Groups Initiative.

Commence date: 24 May 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was targeted to improve the water quality of Cameron Creek, part of the Endeavour River system, and the Billabong Wetland.

Commence date: 14 May 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active
This project sought to continue the trial of traditional fire management techniques on Kins Plain's in order to halt the overtaking of weeds and exotic grasses on the property with the continued expressed permission of the property owners Darryl and Linda Paradise.
Commence date: 26 Mar 2013 - Status: Closed

This project extended the coverage of traditional fire management practices across Cape York Peninsula, both during this activity and beyond the project timeframe. The project contributed to the Caring for Our Country target ' to expand traditional fire management regimes across at least 200 00 sq km's of northern Australian savannas by 2013. 

Commence date: 15 May 2012 - Status: Closed
An important study focused on the preservation of land in order to protect the habitat of the Australian Native Bee in Cape York, North Queensland. Kuku-Thaypan Elder Tommy George works with scientists to study the native bee, comparing knowledge on the species type and on how they are managed in the environment.
Commence date: 01 Apr 2012 - Status: Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2012 - Status: Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status: Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status: Active

Community

This work will use knowledge about current and projected climate change in the Cape York region to develop a more specific understanding of the consequences for sustainable management of country in the region.
Commence date: 16 Feb 2017 - Status: Active

Commence date: 01 Jul 2016 - Status: Active
The goal of the research is to identify cost-effective control programs to reduce reinvasion of coastal areas by feral pigs and thereby reduce the need for aerial culls, it is important to improve our knowledge of pig populations and appropriate management units in western Cape York.
Commence date: 25 Sep 2015 - Status: Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This analysis strategy identified a process and framework for examining data collated by Cape York Natural Resource Management to assist in the development of their adaptive planning process

Commence date: 05 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This analysis strategy identified a process and framework for examining data collated by Cape York Natural Resource Management to assist in the development of their adaptive planning process

Commence date: 05 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

The Wenlock Management Catchment Group Inc. is a not-for-profit group established to give voice to the Wenlock River.

Commence date: 01 Jul 2014 - Status: Active

This is a community engagement program in the Lockhart River region and part of  the Your Climate NRM planning project.

Commence date: 01 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

This project was aimed at reinstatement and rehabilitation of Weipa waterfront from damage done by Cyclone Oswald, preventing the loss of culturally significant melaleuca stands and foreshore

Commence date: 27 May 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active
This project included the control of weed infestations and the protection of natural beach and dune flora near Chilli Beach as well as the revegetation of the area surrounding the esplanade. The repair of dune degradation from vehicle access was also an integral part of the project.
Commence date: 07 Jan 2013 - Status: Closed

This project extended the coverage of traditional fire management practices across Cape York Peninsula, both during this activity and beyond the project timeframe. The project contributed to the Caring for Our Country target ' to expand traditional fire management regimes across at least 200 00 sq km's of northern Australian savannas by 2013. 

Commence date: 15 May 2012 - Status: Closed
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active

This consultancy for the development and writing of a project plan and a grant application for a proposed Litter and Illegal Dumping Program.

Commence date: 31 Mar 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This analysis strategy identified a process and framework for examining data collated by Cape York Natural Resource Management to assist in the development of their adaptive planning process

Commence date: 05 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is enabling training support to the Ayapathu Rangers for monitoring the effectiveness of their lantana control project 'Protecting Balclutha (Lava Hill) Nature Refuge'.

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Lochinvar Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 03 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active
The 2017 National Indigenous Fire Workshop will be hosted by the Balnggarrawarra Gaarraay Traditional Owners at Melsonby, Cape York July 3rd- 7th 2017.
Commence date: 03 Apr 2017 - Status: Active
Weeds, feral animals and fire in and around our aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity. This project will address these critical threats across 3 key environmental areas; the upper Normanby Wetlands in the Northern Wet Tropics Word Heritage Area at the headwaters of Rinyirru NP (Salvinia) 2 Normanby Lagoons (feral pigs and cattle) and the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor adjacent to the NWTWHA (Late season fires, Lantana and Gamba Grass)
Commence date: 23 Sep 2016 - Status: Active
This project contains and reduces the further spread of established Hymenachne in the Normanby and Annan catchments through control works and mapping of treated areas.
Commence date: 23 Sep 2016 - Status: Active

The White Bellied sub-species of the Crimson Finch, Neochmia phaeton evangelinae, and the northern sub-species of the Star Finch, Noechnia ruficauda clarescens have been declining in the Kowa

Commence date: 30 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

This project continues the pond apple control work in the Mt Amos and Cooktown area.

Commence date: 13 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

Weeds, feral pigs, pest fish and fire in and around natural aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity.

Commence date: 17 Sep 2015 - Status: Active

This project documents the aquatic fauna and quantify the water quality of wetlands on Violet Vale Station.

Commence date: 17 Sep 2015 - Status: Closed
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date: 01 May 2015 - Status: Active
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This analysis strategy identified a process and framework for examining data collated by Cape York Natural Resource Management to assist in the development of their adaptive planning process

Commence date: 05 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is enabling training support to the Ayapathu Rangers for monitoring the effectiveness of their lantana control project 'Protecting Balclutha (Lava Hill) Nature Refuge'.

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active
Cape York NRM is adapting a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.
Commence date: 16 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

Site location: From Laura through to Normanby and Melsonby stations across Kings Plains and around the Northern Wet Tropics Rainforest margins

Project Summary:

Commence date: 11 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed

Cape York NRM has adapted a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.

Commence date: 08 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active

This project extended the coverage of traditional fire management practices across Cape York Peninsula, both during this activity and beyond the project timeframe. The project contributed to the Caring for Our Country target ' to expand traditional fire management regimes across at least 200 00 sq km's of northern Australian savannas by 2013. 

Commence date: 15 May 2012 - Status: Closed

Indigenous

This work will use knowledge about current and projected climate change in the Cape York region to develop a more specific understanding of the consequences for sustainable management of country in the region.
Commence date: 16 Feb 2017 - Status: Active
Training and mentoring will be provided with Traditional Ecological Knowledge with Indigenous and non-Indigenous land managers in East Coast catchments on fire management practices. This training will include mapping and monitoring training with four Indigenous organisations, development of relevant monitoring tools for East Coast fire management and data collection to document on-ground management.
Commence date: 09 Sep 2016 - Status: Active
A documentary will be produced with the aim to increase the local community's and broader public's understanding of turtle threat abatement action, through the West Coast Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance.
Commence date: 14 Jun 2016 - Status: Active
The annual Cape York Indigenous Fire Workshop brings many communities as well as multiple agencies and organisations together to help teach them about fire, how they can progress the methodologies used in their own regions for managing fire, and facilitate sharing the knowledge and practices of individuals and organisations between one another.
Commence date: 27 May 2016 - Status: Closed

This QLD Government investment provided support and assistance to Indigenous applicants in developing new business and economic proposals to enable them to effectively navigate processes unde

Commence date: 04 Nov 2011 - Status: Closed

Commence date: 01 Jul 2016 - Status: Active
This project saw the construction of a map of cape york including traditional boundaries to better facilitate the transfer of information regarding up coming projects between all stakeholders.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2013 - Status: Closed

This project had two objectives:

Commence date: 08 Feb 2013 - Status: Closed
Rangers from the Injinoo Ranger Base will implement Gamba grass control activities over and area of 50 Ha over 2017.
Commence date: 05 Jan 2017 - Status: Active
The Angkamuthi clan aim to connect the younger generation of Angkamuthi members with their homelands so that they become more involved with land management and understand the value of their cultural heritage, developing a greater interest to protect the local environment inclusive of the wetlands.
Commence date: 15 Jul 2016 - Status: Active

This project is being delivered by a collaborative partnership between Cape York Natural Resource Management and UMI Arts with the goal of instilling awareness of the effects and creating a persona

Commence date: 28 Jun 2016 - Status: Active

This project continues the 3 year program which implements strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural valu

Commence date: 16 Oct 2015 - Status: Closed
The goal of the research is to identify cost-effective control programs to reduce reinvasion of coastal areas by feral pigs and thereby reduce the need for aerial culls, it is important to improve our knowledge of pig populations and appropriate management units in western Cape York.
Commence date: 25 Sep 2015 - Status: Closed
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed
This small grant supports the on-going work of the Apudthama Land and Sea Rangers to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the ranger program during 2015.
Commence date: 22 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date: 13 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Pormpuraaw rangers
Commence date: 10 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2012 - Status: Active

This project is being delivered by a collaborative partnership between Cape York Natural Resource Management and UMI Arts with the goal of instilling awareness of the effects and creating a persona

Commence date: 28 Jun 2016 - Status: Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date: 13 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
The Wenlock River requires good management, an effectively targeted work program and coordinated stakeholder and community participation to maintain these values and to reduce the impacts of populations.
Commence date: 18 Mar 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

The Taepithiggi Batavia Clan Group Aboriginal Corporation (TBCAC), formed following the Old Mapoon Aboriginal Corporation’s establishment in 2013, represents the custodians of country stretch

Commence date: 07 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This is a community engagement program in the Lockhart River region and part of  the Your Climate NRM planning project.

Commence date: 01 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

This project partnered with Mulong Pty Ltd to conduct a fire management workshop on Steve Irwin Wildlife Sanctuary (or other suitable location) over five days in July 2014.

Commence date: 28 Feb 2014 - Status: Closed

This project provided business and NRM planning support to four Indigenous groups on Cape York, underpinning their work required to fulfil their land and sea aspirations and sustainable business de

Commence date: 05 Feb 2014 - Status: Closed

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active
This project was the first step in the process of gathering information both traditional and scientific of the Nesbit area through the surveying of the area and the development of a plan which would address the management of weeds, feral animals and fire.
Commence date: 20 Nov 2012 - Status: Closed

This project extended the coverage of traditional fire management practices across Cape York Peninsula, both during this activity and beyond the project timeframe. The project contributed to the Caring for Our Country target ' to expand traditional fire management regimes across at least 200 00 sq km's of northern Australian savannas by 2013. 

Commence date: 15 May 2012 - Status: Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2012 - Status: Active

This program aligns to the Q2 Coasts and Country investment and the QLD government policy drivers of Closing the Gap and Advancing Indigenous Reconciliation in Primary Industries and Natural Resour

Commence date: 08 Sep 2011 - Status: Closed

This project is being delivered by a collaborative partnership between Cape York Natural Resource Management and UMI Arts with the goal of instilling awareness of the effects and creating a persona

Commence date: 28 Jun 2016 - Status: Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

This was a short project for Mulong to provide on-country burning training and fire management planning to the members Wunta Aboriginal Corporation on Palinjii (Nesbit) country.

Commence date: 14 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Lochinvar Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 03 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Wolverton Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 06 May 2013 - Status: Active
This project was the first step in the process of gathering information both traditional and scientific of the Nesbit area through the surveying of the area and the development of a plan which would address the management of weeds, feral animals and fire.
Commence date: 20 Nov 2012 - Status: Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2012 - Status: Active

This program aligns to the Q2 Coasts and Country investment and the QLD government policy drivers of Closing the Gap and Advancing Indigenous Reconciliation in Primary Industries and Natural Resour

Commence date: 08 Sep 2011 - Status: Closed
The 2017 National Indigenous Fire Workshop will be hosted by the Balnggarrawarra Gaarraay Traditional Owners at Melsonby, Cape York July 3rd- 7th 2017.
Commence date: 03 Apr 2017 - Status: Active
Containing and reducing the further spread of established Hymenachne at Pormpuraaw through control works and mapping of treated areas.
Commence date: 20 Mar 2017 - Status: Active

The coastline north of the Pormpuraaw community has an extensive Olive Ridley sea turtle nesting rookery with PLASM rangers currently patrolling and protecting around 18,000 eggs incubating in nest

Commence date: 19 Oct 2016 - Status: Closed

This project is being delivered by a collaborative partnership between Cape York Natural Resource Management and UMI Arts with the goal of instilling awareness of the effects and creating a persona

Commence date: 28 Jun 2016 - Status: Active
This project directly addresses Yuku Baja Muliku (YBM) concerns that their mussel stocks are declining.
Commence date: 25 Mar 2016 - Status: Active

The White Bellied sub-species of the Crimson Finch, Neochmia phaeton evangelinae, and the northern sub-species of the Star Finch, Noechnia ruficauda clarescens have been declining in the Kowa

Commence date: 30 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

The objective is to eradicate Hymenachne to prevent its spread by birds, cattle, pigs and floods to adjacent and downstream Wetlands of National Significance, (cattle exclusion fence) and managed f

Commence date: 28 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

This project will increase the level of protection against pond apple for coastal ecosystems on the east coast of Cape York, including mangrove, paperbark swamp and coastal littoral forest vegetati

Commence date: 09 Oct 2015 - Status: Active

Weeds, feral pigs, pest fish and fire in and around natural aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity.

Commence date: 17 Sep 2015 - Status: Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date: 13 May 2015 - Status: Closed
As part of their turtle nest protection strategy, the Kowanyama Rangers worked in cooperation with a dedicated on-ground “Feral Control Team” specialising in culling pigs and wild dogs. The FCT acting as part of “Operation Bikki Bikki”
Commence date: 30 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed

This project involved fire, weed and feral animal management using integrated control techniques which complemented each other.

Commence date: 20 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date: 04 Mar 2015 - Status: Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date: 30 Jun 2014 - Status: Closed
Cape York NRM is adapting a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.
Commence date: 16 Apr 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

Site location: From Laura through to Normanby and Melsonby stations across Kings Plains and around the Northern Wet Tropics Rainforest margins

Project Summary:

Commence date: 11 Nov 2013 - Status: Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date: 07 May 2013 - Status: Active

This project extended the coverage of traditional fire management practices across Cape York Peninsula, both during this activity and beyond the project timeframe. The project contributed to the Caring for Our Country target ' to expand traditional fire management regimes across at least 200 00 sq km's of northern Australian savannas by 2013. 

Commence date: 15 May 2012 - Status: Closed
An important study focused on the preservation of land in order to protect the habitat of the Australian Native Bee in Cape York, North Queensland. Kuku-Thaypan Elder Tommy George works with scientists to study the native bee, comparing knowledge on the species type and on how they are managed in the environment.
Commence date: 01 Apr 2012 - Status: Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2012 - Status: Active

Primary Industries

This small grant will provide resources for control of Sickle Pod on Holroyd Station. 

Commence date: 02 Dec 2015 - Status: Closed

This project contributes to improvement to water quality flowing into the Great Barrier Reef by enabling landholders on priority grazing properties in the Laura-Normanby catchments of Cape Yo

Commence date: 24 Jun 2015 - Status: Active
This project assisted with establishing a baseline for the assessment of land condition and to monitor the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire to manage natural resources and maintain ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 25 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed

This small grant provides resources for control of snake weed and to reseed pasture with suitable grass species on Lakeland distric property.

Commence date: 24 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

Commence date: 01 Jul 2016 - Status: Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date: 17 Apr 2014 - Status: Active

Phase 1:

Commence date: 14 Mar 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date: 05 Feb 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status: Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status: Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project worked with Cape York Nature Refuge Landholders to provide support to develop and submit on-ground conservation project applications for funding under Northern Gulf Resource Mana

Commence date: 08 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

This project delivered capacity building and mentoring to the Kuku yu people, within the Temple Bay area, through a Pond Apple survey and control program.

Commence date: 09 Nov 2014 - Status: Closed

This Rubber Vine Control Project is an integral part of a three year program aimed at implementing a strategic and coordinated pest management action plan to reduce the impacts of invasive species

Commence date: 16 Oct 2014 - Status: Closed

This project is focused on engagement with Nature Refuge landholders to improve fire management across 5 Nature Refuges through the implementation of property level fire management plans, sup

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures.

Commence date: 13 May 2014 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed
This project occurs over 3 stages and controls areas of environmental weeds on Dawnvale Station, including Sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia).
Commence date: 30 May 2013 - Status: Active

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status: Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status: Closed
Control Rubber Vine and attempt further containment at the established Lukin River containment area.
Commence date: 10 Oct 2016 - Status: Closed
Consultants Firescape Science will produce map products that enable property managers to assess their eligibility and the potential economic returns for engaging in the Carbon Farming Initiative. The base map will cover the entire eligible area north of the 600mm rainfall isohyet.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project worked with Cape York Nature Refuge Landholders to provide support to develop and submit on-ground conservation project applications for funding under Northern Gulf Resource Mana

Commence date: 08 Dec 2014 - Status: Closed

Commence date: 05 Dec 2014 - Status: Active

This project is focused on engagement with Nature Refuge landholders to improve fire management across 5 Nature Refuges through the implementation of property level fire management plans, sup

Commence date: 24 Jun 2014 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

This small grant supports herbicide purchase for the control of Rubber Vine, Sicklepod and Caltrope at Soda Springs.

Commence date: 10 Feb 2014 - Status: Closed

This small grant supports herbicide purchase for the control of Rubber Vine, Sicklepod, Blue Snake Weed and Caltrope, at Mt McLean and One Mile Farm

Commence date: 01 Feb 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Wolverton Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date: 06 May 2013 - Status: Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status: Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status: Active
This project will see a muster carried out of these wetland areas with an estimate to catch 100 head of feral cattle and thus reduce impacts on these important wetlands.
Commence date: 08 Nov 2016 - Status: Active
This project at supports rehabilitation of the Annie River System at Lilyvale Station river system, which feeds directly into Princess Charlotte Bay.
Commence date: 25 Jun 2016 - Status: Active

This project was developed for the colection of Electromagnetic mapping, elevation data on 300 hectares of land in the Cape York Region that had been designated for high intensity agriculural

Commence date: 14 Jun 2016 - Status: Active
The project is assisting in the delivery of the main outcome of the Reef Trust Gully Erosion Control Programme; to reduce sediment loads from gully erosion by 50% in the highest priority subcatchments in the Normanby Basin. In this specific project of the Programme the remediation sites are Crocodile Gap, Granite Normanby, and the West Normanby Bridge.
Commence date: 06 Jun 2016 - Status: Active

Mt Louis Station is committed to the eradication of weeds on the property, with specific emphasis on the reduction of weeds in the streams and waterways.

Commence date: 02 Dec 2015 - Status: Active

This project will control Sicklepod and Rubber vine in the Palmer River, to stop these introduced plants advancing further along the Palmer River and out into pastures.

Commence date: 16 Nov 2015 - Status: Active
This project is to construct a bio-fertiliser factory on farm. The target is to increase the use of biological preparations and bio-fertilizers with the aim of increasing biological diversity and density in our soil. Increased biological activity in the soil will result in healthier crops and better utilisation of resources including fertiliser and water.
Commence date: 10 Jul 2015 - Status: Active
Violet Vale Station contains 1,896 hectares of wetlands that are listed as wetlands of National significance in the Department of Environment’s Directory of Important Wetlands in Australia.
Commence date: 26 Jun 2015 - Status: Active
Consultants Firescape Science will produce map products that enable property managers to assess their eligibility and the potential economic returns for engaging in the Carbon Farming Initiative. The base map will cover the entire eligible area north of the 600mm rainfall isohyet.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date: 29 May 2015 - Status: Active

The Normanby River is the fourth largest river system flowing into the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) lagoon, and the largest on Cape York.

Commence date: 01 Mar 2015 - Status: Closed

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date: 03 Feb 2015 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date: 01 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date: 05 Feb 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date: 01 Jun 2013 - Status: Closed
This project sought to continue the trial of traditional fire management techniques on Kins Plain's in order to halt the overtaking of weeds and exotic grasses on the property with the continued expressed permission of the property owners Darryl and Linda Paradise.
Commence date: 26 Mar 2013 - Status: Closed

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status: Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status: Active

Tourism, Small Business and Mining

This project contributes to improvement to water quality flowing into the Great Barrier Reef by enabling landholders on priority grazing properties in the Laura-Normanby catchments of Cape Yo

Commence date: 24 Jun 2015 - Status: Active

This QLD Government investment provided support and assistance to Indigenous applicants in developing new business and economic proposals to enable them to effectively navigate processes unde

Commence date: 04 Nov 2011 - Status: Closed

Commence date: 01 Jul 2016 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

Mt Louis Station is committed to the eradication of weeds on the property, with specific emphasis on the reduction of weeds in the streams and waterways.

Commence date: 02 Dec 2015 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

Local Government

Commence date: 01 Jul 2016 - Status: Active
This small grant supports the on-going work of the Apudthama Land and Sea Rangers to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the ranger program during 2015.
Commence date: 22 Apr 2015 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date: 13 Apr 2015 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date: 13 Apr 2015 - Status: Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

This project delivered strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York.

Commence date: 14 May 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active
Containing and reducing the further spread of established Hymenachne at Pormpuraaw through control works and mapping of treated areas.
Commence date: 20 Mar 2017 - Status: Active
As part of their turtle nest protection strategy, the Kowanyama Rangers worked in cooperation with a dedicated on-ground “Feral Control Team” specialising in culling pigs and wild dogs. The FCT acting as part of “Operation Bikki Bikki”
Commence date: 30 Apr 2015 - Status: Closed

This project delivered strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York.

Commence date: 14 May 2014 - Status: Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date: 07 Mar 2014 - Status: Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date: 22 Jan 2014 - Status: Active

NA

This program ensured the regional NRM body had the capacity to contribute to delivering the State governments NRM and related policy agenda and associated programs.

Commence date: 22 Dec 2010 - Status: Closed

Services to Cape York NRM for information technology (IT); including the development and implementation of an IT plan: understand and maintain all ATLAS infrastructures for Cape York NRM, into the

Status: Closed

This project facilitates and develops a carbon prioritisation spatial framework for Cape York, for current and future use.

Commence date: 22 Aug 2014 - Status: Active
Governance is the collection of ruiles and processes that keep us constiututed as an organisation.
Status: Active

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status: Closed

This project is part of a three (3) year program aimed at the implementation of a strategic and coordinated pest management action, plan to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, ag

Commence date: 28 Oct 2014 - Status: Closed

This project forms part of a broader pest management program, delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures that invoves shooting, trapping and baiting, to

Commence date: 25 Aug 2014 - Status: Closed

Gamba Grass (Andropogon gayanus) is a significant weed in Queensland and is a declared pes

Commence date: 31 Mar 2014 - Status: Active
Governance is the collection of ruiles and processes that keep us constiututed as an organisation.
Status: Active

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status: Closed

This small grant supports the installation of moisture sensors in paddocks in preperation to farmworks and workshops, on the Kureen property.

Commence date: 02 Sep 2015 - Status: Active

This project is part of the Cape York NRM Sustainable Agriculture Project, and establishes a demonstration site focused on soil health, land condition, fire and water management, economic baselines

Commence date: 05 May 2014 - Status: Closed
Governance is the collection of ruiles and processes that keep us constiututed as an organisation.
Status: Active

This small grant supports the control of Sicklepod on Violetvale Station.

Status: Active

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status: Closed

This project builds on previous engagement with landholders from the “Your Climate” planning project undertaken from March-July 2014, in the Mitchell River catchment area. 

Commence date: 26 Nov 2014 - Status: Closed

This project facilitates and develops a carbon prioritisation spatial framework for Cape York, for current and future use.

Commence date: 22 Aug 2014 - Status: Active

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status: Closed
Governance is the collection of ruiles and processes that keep us constiututed as an organisation.
Status: Active

Projects across the Cape

This work will use knowledge about current and projected climate change in the Cape York region to develop a more specific understanding of the consequences for sustainable management of country in the region.
Commence date:
16 Feb 2017
Status:
Active
Training and mentoring will be provided with Traditional Ecological Knowledge with Indigenous and non-Indigenous land managers in East Coast catchments on fire management practices. This training will include mapping and monitoring training with four Indigenous organisations, development of relevant monitoring tools for East Coast fire management and data collection to document on-ground management.
Commence date:
09 Sep 2016
Status:
Active
A documentary will be produced with the aim to increase the local community's and broader public's understanding of turtle threat abatement action, through the West Coast Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance.
Commence date:
14 Jun 2016
Status:
Active
The annual Cape York Indigenous Fire Workshop brings many communities as well as multiple agencies and organisations together to help teach them about fire, how they can progress the methodologies used in their own regions for managing fire, and facilitate sharing the knowledge and practices of individuals and organisations between one another.
Commence date:
27 May 2016
Status:
Closed

This small grant will provide resources for control of Sickle Pod on Holroyd Station. 

Commence date:
02 Dec 2015
Status:
Closed

This project contributes to improvement to water quality flowing into the Great Barrier Reef by enabling landholders on priority grazing properties in the Laura-Normanby catchments of Cape Yo

Commence date:
24 Jun 2015
Status:
Active
This project assisted with establishing a baseline for the assessment of land condition and to monitor the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire to manage natural resources and maintain ecosystem resilience.
Commence date:
25 Apr 2015
Status:
Closed

This small grant provides resources for control of snake weed and to reseed pasture with suitable grass species on Lakeland distric property.

Commence date:
24 Feb 2015
Status:
Active
The project aimed to increase Flatback, Hawksbill, Green, and Olive Ridley turtles breeding success through the exchange of conservation information between relevant stakeholders and sufficient pest animal management to protect nests.
Commence date:
20 Feb 2012
Status:
Closed

This QLD Government investment provided support and assistance to Indigenous applicants in developing new business and economic proposals to enable them to effectively navigate processes unde

Commence date:
04 Nov 2011
Status:
Closed

Not Applicable

Commence date:
01 Jul 2016
Status:
Active

This investment is hosting a Project Officer, the Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance Coordinator.

Commence date:
11 Dec 2013
Status:
Active
This project saw the construction of a map of cape york including traditional boundaries to better facilitate the transfer of information regarding up coming projects between all stakeholders.
Commence date:
04 Mar 2013
Status:
Closed

This project had two objectives:

Commence date:
08 Feb 2013
Status:
Closed

This program ensured the regional NRM body had the capacity to contribute to delivering the State governments NRM and related policy agenda and associated programs.

Commence date:
22 Dec 2010
Status:
Closed

Services to Cape York NRM for information technology (IT); including the development and implementation of an IT plan: understand and maintain all ATLAS infrastructures for Cape York NRM, into the

Status:
Closed

Zone 1 (Far North)

Rangers from the Injinoo Ranger Base will implement Gamba grass control activities over and area of 50 Ha over 2017.
Commence date:
05 Jan 2017
Status:
Active
The Angkamuthi clan aim to connect the younger generation of Angkamuthi members with their homelands so that they become more involved with land management and understand the value of their cultural heritage, developing a greater interest to protect the local environment inclusive of the wetlands.
Commence date:
15 Jul 2016
Status:
Active

This project is being delivered by a collaborative partnership between Cape York Natural Resource Management and UMI Arts with the goal of instilling awareness of the effects and creating a persona

Commence date:
28 Jun 2016
Status:
Active

In 2014 Seymour Out Bush completed the Temple Bay Pond Apple Project, with the main objective of the project was capacity building of the participants in the form of training, mentoring and on-grou

Commence date:
04 Nov 2015
Status:
Closed

This project continues the 3 year program which implements strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural valu

Commence date:
16 Oct 2015
Status:
Closed
The goal of the research is to identify cost-effective control programs to reduce reinvasion of coastal areas by feral pigs and thereby reduce the need for aerial culls, it is important to improve our knowledge of pig populations and appropriate management units in western Cape York.
Commence date:
25 Sep 2015
Status:
Closed

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Commence date:
08 Sep 2015
Status:
Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date:
13 Aug 2015
Status:
Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date:
13 May 2015
Status:
Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date:
01 May 2015
Status:
Active
This small grant supports the on-going work of the Apudthama Land and Sea Rangers to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the ranger program during 2015.
Commence date:
22 Apr 2015
Status:
Active
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date:
13 Apr 2015
Status:
Active
Support the on-going work of the Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Pormpuraaw rangers
Commence date:
10 Apr 2015
Status:
Active
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date:
04 Mar 2015
Status:
Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date:
03 Feb 2015
Status:
Active

This analysis strategy identified a process and framework for examining data collated by Cape York Natural Resource Management to assist in the development of their adaptive planning process

Commence date:
05 Dec 2014
Status:
Closed

This project facilitates and develops a carbon prioritisation spatial framework for Cape York, for current and future use.

Commence date:
22 Aug 2014
Status:
Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date:
30 Jun 2014
Status:
Closed

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date:
17 Apr 2014
Status:
Active

Phase 1:

Commence date:
14 Mar 2014
Status:
Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date:
07 Mar 2014
Status:
Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date:
01 Mar 2014
Status:
Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date:
05 Feb 2014
Status:
Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date:
22 Jan 2014
Status:
Active
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date:
01 Jun 2013
Status:
Closed

Development of a Business/Investment case for the ongoing support and expansion of the Cape York Land and Sea Indigenous Reference Groups Initiative.

Commence date:
24 May 2013
Status:
Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date:
07 May 2013
Status:
Active

The purpose of this project was to undertake a targeted aerial cull on pests animals such as pigs around Flatback nesting sites.

Commence date:
25 Jan 2013
Status:
Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date:
01 Mar 2012
Status:
Active

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status:
Closed
Governance is the collection of ruiles and processes that keep us constiututed as an organisation.
Status:
Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status:
Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status:
Active

Zone 2

This project is being delivered by a collaborative partnership between Cape York Natural Resource Management and UMI Arts with the goal of instilling awareness of the effects and creating a persona

Commence date:
28 Jun 2016
Status:
Active

This Rubber Vine Control project has continued to carry out the established efforts to contain the Rubber Vine threat to by the method of spraying the rubber vine on Lukin River on Yarraden Station

Commence date:
19 Oct 2015
Status:
Closed

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Commence date:
08 Sep 2015
Status:
Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date:
13 Aug 2015
Status:
Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date:
13 May 2015
Status:
Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date:
01 May 2015
Status:
Active
Support the on-going work of the Mapoon Land and Sea Management Program to protect marine turtles nesting on coastal areas managed by the Mapoon rangers
Commence date:
13 Apr 2015
Status:
Active
The Wenlock River requires good management, an effectively targeted work program and coordinated stakeholder and community participation to maintain these values and to reduce the impacts of populations.
Commence date:
18 Mar 2015
Status:
Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date:
04 Mar 2015
Status:
Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date:
03 Feb 2015
Status:
Active

This project worked with Cape York Nature Refuge Landholders to provide support to develop and submit on-ground conservation project applications for funding under Northern Gulf Resource Mana

Commence date:
08 Dec 2014
Status:
Closed

This analysis strategy identified a process and framework for examining data collated by Cape York Natural Resource Management to assist in the development of their adaptive planning process

Commence date:
05 Dec 2014
Status:
Closed

This project delivered capacity building and mentoring to the Kuku yu people, within the Temple Bay area, through a Pond Apple survey and control program.

Commence date:
09 Nov 2014
Status:
Closed

This project is part of a three (3) year program aimed at the implementation of a strategic and coordinated pest management action, plan to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, ag

Commence date:
28 Oct 2014
Status:
Closed

This Rubber Vine Control Project is an integral part of a three year program aimed at implementing a strategic and coordinated pest management action plan to reduce the impacts of invasive species

Commence date:
16 Oct 2014
Status:
Closed

This project forms part of a broader pest management program, delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures that invoves shooting, trapping and baiting, to

Commence date:
25 Aug 2014
Status:
Closed

The Wenlock Management Catchment Group Inc. is a not-for-profit group established to give voice to the Wenlock River.

Commence date:
01 Jul 2014
Status:
Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date:
30 Jun 2014
Status:
Closed

This project is focused on engagement with Nature Refuge landholders to improve fire management across 5 Nature Refuges through the implementation of property level fire management plans, sup

Commence date:
24 Jun 2014
Status:
Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures.

Commence date:
13 May 2014
Status:
Active

The Taepithiggi Batavia Clan Group Aboriginal Corporation (TBCAC), formed following the Old Mapoon Aboriginal Corporation’s establishment in 2013, represents the custodians of country stretch

Commence date:
07 Apr 2014
Status:
Closed

This is a community engagement program in the Lockhart River region and part of  the Your Climate NRM planning project.

Commence date:
01 Apr 2014
Status:
Closed

Gamba Grass (Andropogon gayanus) is a significant weed in Queensland and is a declared pes

Commence date:
31 Mar 2014
Status:
Active

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date:
07 Mar 2014
Status:
Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date:
01 Mar 2014
Status:
Active

This project partnered with Mulong Pty Ltd to conduct a fire management workshop on Steve Irwin Wildlife Sanctuary (or other suitable location) over five days in July 2014.

Commence date:
28 Feb 2014
Status:
Closed

This project provided business and NRM planning support to four Indigenous groups on Cape York, underpinning their work required to fulfil their land and sea aspirations and sustainable business de

Commence date:
05 Feb 2014
Status:
Closed

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date:
22 Jan 2014
Status:
Active
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date:
01 Jun 2013
Status:
Closed
This project occurs over 3 stages and controls areas of environmental weeds on Dawnvale Station, including Sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia).
Commence date:
30 May 2013
Status:
Active

This project was aimed at reinstatement and rehabilitation of Weipa waterfront from damage done by Cyclone Oswald, preventing the loss of culturally significant melaleuca stands and foreshore

Commence date:
27 May 2013
Status:
Closed

Development of a Business/Investment case for the ongoing support and expansion of the Cape York Land and Sea Indigenous Reference Groups Initiative.

Commence date:
24 May 2013
Status:
Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date:
07 May 2013
Status:
Active
This project included the control of weed infestations and the protection of natural beach and dune flora near Chilli Beach as well as the revegetation of the area surrounding the esplanade. The repair of dune degradation from vehicle access was also an integral part of the project.
Commence date:
07 Jan 2013
Status:
Closed
This project ensured the performance of a comprehensive spraying program using Glyphosphate and Conqueror along roads around Portland Roads and Chilli Beach. This project was enacted with assistance from the Cook Shire Council and numerous other organisations.
Commence date:
02 Jan 2013
Status:
Closed
This project was the first step in the process of gathering information both traditional and scientific of the Nesbit area through the surveying of the area and the development of a plan which would address the management of weeds, feral animals and fire.
Commence date:
20 Nov 2012
Status:
Closed

This project extended the coverage of traditional fire management practices across Cape York Peninsula, both during this activity and beyond the project timeframe. The project contributed to the Caring for Our Country target ' to expand traditional fire management regimes across at least 200 00 sq km's of northern Australian savannas by 2013. 

Commence date:
15 May 2012
Status:
Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date:
01 Mar 2012
Status:
Active

This program aligns to the Q2 Coasts and Country investment and the QLD government policy drivers of Closing the Gap and Advancing Indigenous Reconciliation in Primary Industries and Natural Resour

Commence date:
08 Sep 2011
Status:
Closed

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status:
Closed
Governance is the collection of ruiles and processes that keep us constiututed as an organisation.
Status:
Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status:
Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status:
Active

Zone 3

Control Rubber Vine and attempt further containment at the established Lukin River containment area.
Commence date:
10 Oct 2016
Status:
Closed

This project is being delivered by a collaborative partnership between Cape York Natural Resource Management and UMI Arts with the goal of instilling awareness of the effects and creating a persona

Commence date:
28 Jun 2016
Status:
Active

This Rubber Vine Control project has continued to carry out the established efforts to contain the Rubber Vine threat to by the method of spraying the rubber vine on Lukin River on Yarraden Station

Commence date:
19 Oct 2015
Status:
Closed

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Commence date:
08 Sep 2015
Status:
Active

This small grant supports the installation of moisture sensors in paddocks in preperation to farmworks and workshops, on the Kureen property.

Commence date:
02 Sep 2015
Status:
Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date:
13 Aug 2015
Status:
Active
Consultants Firescape Science will produce map products that enable property managers to assess their eligibility and the potential economic returns for engaging in the Carbon Farming Initiative. The base map will cover the entire eligible area north of the 600mm rainfall isohyet.
Commence date:
29 May 2015
Status:
Active
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date:
29 May 2015
Status:
Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date:
13 May 2015
Status:
Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date:
01 May 2015
Status:
Active

This consultancy for the development and writing of a project plan and a grant application for a proposed Litter and Illegal Dumping Program.

Commence date:
31 Mar 2015
Status:
Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date:
04 Mar 2015
Status:
Active

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date:
03 Feb 2015
Status:
Active

This project worked with Cape York Nature Refuge Landholders to provide support to develop and submit on-ground conservation project applications for funding under Northern Gulf Resource Mana

Commence date:
08 Dec 2014
Status:
Closed

This analysis strategy identified a process and framework for examining data collated by Cape York Natural Resource Management to assist in the development of their adaptive planning process

Commence date:
05 Dec 2014
Status:
Closed

Commence date:
05 Dec 2014
Status:
Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date:
30 Jun 2014
Status:
Closed

This project is enabling training support to the Ayapathu Rangers for monitoring the effectiveness of their lantana control project 'Protecting Balclutha (Lava Hill) Nature Refuge'.

Commence date:
24 Jun 2014
Status:
Active

This project is focused on engagement with Nature Refuge landholders to improve fire management across 5 Nature Refuges through the implementation of property level fire management plans, sup

Commence date:
24 Jun 2014
Status:
Active

This project delivered strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York.

Commence date:
14 May 2014
Status:
Closed

This project is part of the Cape York NRM Sustainable Agriculture Project, and establishes a demonstration site focused on soil health, land condition, fire and water management, economic baselines

Commence date:
05 May 2014
Status:
Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date:
07 Mar 2014
Status:
Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date:
01 Mar 2014
Status:
Active

This small grant supports herbicide purchase for the control of Rubber Vine, Sicklepod and Caltrope at Soda Springs.

Commence date:
10 Feb 2014
Status:
Closed

This small grant supports herbicide purchase for the control of Rubber Vine, Sicklepod, Blue Snake Weed and Caltrope, at Mt McLean and One Mile Farm

Commence date:
01 Feb 2014
Status:
Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date:
22 Jan 2014
Status:
Active

This was a short project for Mulong to provide on-country burning training and fire management planning to the members Wunta Aboriginal Corporation on Palinjii (Nesbit) country.

Commence date:
14 Jun 2013
Status:
Closed

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Lochinvar Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date:
03 Jun 2013
Status:
Closed
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date:
01 Jun 2013
Status:
Closed

Development of a Business/Investment case for the ongoing support and expansion of the Cape York Land and Sea Indigenous Reference Groups Initiative.

Commence date:
24 May 2013
Status:
Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date:
07 May 2013
Status:
Active

This project was a joint collaboration, initiated by Nyacha Kumopinta Aboriginal Corporation, Wolverton Station and the relevant TO’s within this area whose desires were to see viable, robust

Commence date:
06 May 2013
Status:
Active
This project was the first step in the process of gathering information both traditional and scientific of the Nesbit area through the surveying of the area and the development of a plan which would address the management of weeds, feral animals and fire.
Commence date:
20 Nov 2012
Status:
Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date:
01 Mar 2012
Status:
Active

This program aligns to the Q2 Coasts and Country investment and the QLD government policy drivers of Closing the Gap and Advancing Indigenous Reconciliation in Primary Industries and Natural Resour

Commence date:
08 Sep 2011
Status:
Closed

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status:
Closed
Governance is the collection of ruiles and processes that keep us constiututed as an organisation.
Status:
Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status:
Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status:
Active

This small grant supports the control of Sicklepod on Violetvale Station.

Status:
Active

Zone 4 (Southern Cape)

The 2017 National Indigenous Fire Workshop will be hosted by the Balnggarrawarra Gaarraay Traditional Owners at Melsonby, Cape York July 3rd- 7th 2017.
Commence date:
03 Apr 2017
Status:
Active
Containing and reducing the further spread of established Hymenachne at Pormpuraaw through control works and mapping of treated areas.
Commence date:
20 Mar 2017
Status:
Active
This project will produce a series of fact sheets for 30 species of grasses found on Quinkan Country.
Commence date:
09 Mar 2017
Status:
Active
This project will see a muster carried out of these wetland areas with an estimate to catch 100 head of feral cattle and thus reduce impacts on these important wetlands.
Commence date:
08 Nov 2016
Status:
Active

The coastline north of the Pormpuraaw community has an extensive Olive Ridley sea turtle nesting rookery with PLASM rangers currently patrolling and protecting around 18,000 eggs incubating in nest

Commence date:
19 Oct 2016
Status:
Closed
Weeds, feral animals and fire in and around our aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity. This project will address these critical threats across 3 key environmental areas; the upper Normanby Wetlands in the Northern Wet Tropics Word Heritage Area at the headwaters of Rinyirru NP (Salvinia) 2 Normanby Lagoons (feral pigs and cattle) and the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor adjacent to the NWTWHA (Late season fires, Lantana and Gamba Grass)
Commence date:
23 Sep 2016
Status:
Active
This project contains and reduces the further spread of established Hymenachne in the Normanby and Annan catchments through control works and mapping of treated areas.
Commence date:
23 Sep 2016
Status:
Active

This project is being delivered by a collaborative partnership between Cape York Natural Resource Management and UMI Arts with the goal of instilling awareness of the effects and creating a persona

Commence date:
28 Jun 2016
Status:
Active
This project at supports rehabilitation of the Annie River System at Lilyvale Station river system, which feeds directly into Princess Charlotte Bay.
Commence date:
25 Jun 2016
Status:
Active

During June 2015, the “Grow Do It” – Musical Gardening Program visited Lakeland, Laura, Bloomfield and Rossville State Schools.

Commence date:
21 Jun 2016
Status:
Closed

This project was developed for the colection of Electromagnetic mapping, elevation data on 300 hectares of land in the Cape York Region that had been designated for high intensity agriculural

Commence date:
14 Jun 2016
Status:
Active
The project is assisting in the delivery of the main outcome of the Reef Trust Gully Erosion Control Programme; to reduce sediment loads from gully erosion by 50% in the highest priority subcatchments in the Normanby Basin. In this specific project of the Programme the remediation sites are Crocodile Gap, Granite Normanby, and the West Normanby Bridge.
Commence date:
06 Jun 2016
Status:
Active
This project directly addresses Yuku Baja Muliku (YBM) concerns that their mussel stocks are declining.
Commence date:
25 Mar 2016
Status:
Active

Mt Louis Station is committed to the eradication of weeds on the property, with specific emphasis on the reduction of weeds in the streams and waterways.

Commence date:
02 Dec 2015
Status:
Active

This project will control Sicklepod and Rubber vine in the Palmer River, to stop these introduced plants advancing further along the Palmer River and out into pastures.

Commence date:
16 Nov 2015
Status:
Active

The White Bellied sub-species of the Crimson Finch, Neochmia phaeton evangelinae, and the northern sub-species of the Star Finch, Noechnia ruficauda clarescens have been declining in the Kowa

Commence date:
30 Oct 2015
Status:
Active

The objective is to eradicate Hymenachne to prevent its spread by birds, cattle, pigs and floods to adjacent and downstream Wetlands of National Significance, (cattle exclusion fence) and managed f

Commence date:
28 Oct 2015
Status:
Active

This project continues the pond apple control work in the Mt Amos and Cooktown area.

Commence date:
13 Oct 2015
Status:
Active

This project will increase the level of protection against pond apple for coastal ecosystems on the east coast of Cape York, including mangrove, paperbark swamp and coastal littoral forest vegetati

Commence date:
09 Oct 2015
Status:
Active

Weeds, feral pigs, pest fish and fire in and around natural aquatic ecosystems are a major threat to biodiversity.

Commence date:
17 Sep 2015
Status:
Active

This project documents the aquatic fauna and quantify the water quality of wetlands on Violet Vale Station.

Commence date:
17 Sep 2015
Status:
Closed

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Commence date:
08 Sep 2015
Status:
Active
This project takes a regional approach to biosecurity management in Cape York Peninsula and will enhance the coordination of: · on-ground activities to manage priority biosecurity threats, · training, education and awareness raising opportunities, and · collaborative arrangements with government and non-government stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate high priority biosecurity threats.
Commence date:
13 Aug 2015
Status:
Active
This project is to construct a bio-fertiliser factory on farm. The target is to increase the use of biological preparations and bio-fertilizers with the aim of increasing biological diversity and density in our soil. Increased biological activity in the soil will result in healthier crops and better utilisation of resources including fertiliser and water.
Commence date:
10 Jul 2015
Status:
Active
Violet Vale Station contains 1,896 hectares of wetlands that are listed as wetlands of National significance in the Department of Environment’s Directory of Important Wetlands in Australia.
Commence date:
26 Jun 2015
Status:
Active
Consultants Firescape Science will produce map products that enable property managers to assess their eligibility and the potential economic returns for engaging in the Carbon Farming Initiative. The base map will cover the entire eligible area north of the 600mm rainfall isohyet.
Commence date:
29 May 2015
Status:
Active
This Consultancy with Firescape Science, establishes initial fire plans and supporting maps to commence a process of annual fire planning and implementation for the following properties: Astrea, Yaraden, Holroyd, Strathburn, Crystalvale and Bamboo. Land managers from the Cape York NRM Region have expressed interest in developing fire management plans in a coordinated manner.
Commence date:
29 May 2015
Status:
Active
The Indigenous Fire Workshop for 2015 marks the seventh year of fire workshops on Cape York. This project with Mulong Pty Ltd will conduct the fire management workshop at Mary Valley in 2015 and provided support for the delivery with the logistical requirements that make this event a success
Commence date:
13 May 2015
Status:
Closed
Cape Create – Transforming Trash LitterEd Environmental Arts project will create art works and sculptures using recycled rubbish in an educational awareness program designed for major events and schools in areas where illegal dumping or littering are particularly evident on Cape York. Once this Program is designed and implemented we envision that it can be rolled out in other regions.
Commence date:
01 May 2015
Status:
Active
As part of their turtle nest protection strategy, the Kowanyama Rangers worked in cooperation with a dedicated on-ground “Feral Control Team” specialising in culling pigs and wild dogs. The FCT acting as part of “Operation Bikki Bikki”
Commence date:
30 Apr 2015
Status:
Closed

This project involved fire, weed and feral animal management using integrated control techniques which complemented each other.

Commence date:
20 Apr 2015
Status:
Closed

This project implements strategic and coordinated weed management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York. 

Commence date:
01 Apr 2015
Status:
Closed
This programme is delivering natural resource management services that aim to maintain and build ecosystem function and landscape resilience through improved water, soil, fire and integrated pest management.
Commence date:
04 Mar 2015
Status:
Active

The Normanby River is the fourth largest river system flowing into the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) lagoon, and the largest on Cape York.

Commence date:
01 Mar 2015
Status:
Closed

This project entals the development of a detailed prospectus for the Western Cape York Water Quality Plan (WCYWQP).

Commence date:
03 Feb 2015
Status:
Active

This analysis strategy identified a process and framework for examining data collated by Cape York Natural Resource Management to assist in the development of their adaptive planning process

Commence date:
05 Dec 2014
Status:
Closed

This project builds on previous engagement with landholders from the “Your Climate” planning project undertaken from March-July 2014, in the Mitchell River catchment area. 

Commence date:
26 Nov 2014
Status:
Closed

This project facilitates and develops a carbon prioritisation spatial framework for Cape York, for current and future use.

Commence date:
22 Aug 2014
Status:
Active

This project aimed to support Indigenous people on Cape York to share stories from Indigenous Elders and groups related to climate change and adaptation strategies, from their own worldview.

Commence date:
30 Jun 2014
Status:
Closed

This project is enabling training support to the Ayapathu Rangers for monitoring the effectiveness of their lantana control project 'Protecting Balclutha (Lava Hill) Nature Refuge'.

Commence date:
24 Jun 2014
Status:
Active

This project delivered strategic and coordinated pest management actions to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape York.

Commence date:
14 May 2014
Status:
Closed
Cape York NRM is adapting a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.
Commence date:
16 Apr 2014
Status:
Closed

This project aims to support Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd. Board of Directors in the development of a Corporate Strategic Plan.

Commence date:
07 Mar 2014
Status:
Active
Information services for Cape York Land Managers: Providing fortnightly fire scar mapping for Cape York and delivering communication products to support interpretation of fire management information at property and regional scale.
Commence date:
01 Mar 2014
Status:
Active

This project forms part of a broader pest management program delivering on a strategy of integrated aerial and on-ground feral pig control measures involving shooting, trapping and baiting.

Commence date:
05 Feb 2014
Status:
Active

Cape York NRM has been funded to deliver on a range of projects that have substantial digital information components.

Commence date:
22 Jan 2014
Status:
Active

Site location: From Laura through to Normanby and Melsonby stations across Kings Plains and around the Northern Wet Tropics Rainforest margins

Project Summary:

Commence date:
11 Nov 2013
Status:
Closed

Cape York NRM has adapted a socio-ecological systems approach towards development of an NRM plan that considers the distinctive cultural landscapes of Cape York.

Commence date:
08 Nov 2013
Status:
Closed
This project assisted with establishment of a baseline for the assessment of land condition and monitoring of conditions for the integrated management of weeds, pest animals and fire for the purpose of managing natural resources and maintaining ecosystem resilience.
Commence date:
01 Jun 2013
Status:
Closed

Development of a Business/Investment case for the ongoing support and expansion of the Cape York Land and Sea Indigenous Reference Groups Initiative.

Commence date:
24 May 2013
Status:
Closed

This project was targeted to improve the water quality of Cameron Creek, part of the Endeavour River system, and the Billabong Wetland.

Commence date:
14 May 2013
Status:
Closed

The Living Knowledge Place is a community driven online education site that show cases our culture, country, and aspirations towards the future of our environment and wellbeing.

Commence date:
07 May 2013
Status:
Active
This project sought to continue the trial of traditional fire management techniques on Kins Plain's in order to halt the overtaking of weeds and exotic grasses on the property with the continued expressed permission of the property owners Darryl and Linda Paradise.
Commence date:
26 Mar 2013
Status:
Closed

This project extended the coverage of traditional fire management practices across Cape York Peninsula, both during this activity and beyond the project timeframe. The project contributed to the Caring for Our Country target ' to expand traditional fire management regimes across at least 200 00 sq km's of northern Australian savannas by 2013. 

Commence date:
15 May 2012
Status:
Closed
An important study focused on the preservation of land in order to protect the habitat of the Australian Native Bee in Cape York, North Queensland. Kuku-Thaypan Elder Tommy George works with scientists to study the native bee, comparing knowledge on the species type and on how they are managed in the environment.
Commence date:
01 Apr 2012
Status:
Closed
The Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) represents an agreement between land and sea managers from Pormpuraaw, Napranum, Mapoon and Northern Peninsula Area, to work together for the protection of marine turtles along the west coast of Cape York.
Commence date:
01 Mar 2012
Status:
Active

South Cape York Catchments worked together with Cape York NRM develop the Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments.

Status:
Closed
Governance is the collection of ruiles and processes that keep us constiututed as an organisation.
Status:
Active

Works focused on controlling six weed species with three Traditional Owner groups within three key environmental areas: the Trevethan Creek wildlife corridor site adjacent to the Northern Wet

Status:
Closed

This project is part of a larger program, implementing strategic and coordinated pest management to reduce the impacts of invasive species on the natural, agricultural and cultural values of Cape Y

Status:
Active

Indigenous Zones

The Cape is a complex mosaic of traditional owner influences and histories. Our work on the Cape is grounded in respect for the governance processes of the people who live on that country.

We have created four Indigenous Zones, each of which is represented by a respected leader nominated by the community.

Indigenous zones