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Success for Burdekin Dry Tropics producers at 2018 Reef Champion Awards

REEF AND BEEF TOUR 2018

North Queensland graziers working to improve land condition and reduce sediment erosion had a chance to strengthen their connection with the Great Barrier Reef this week as part of the Reef and Beef Trip.The two-day project wrap-up gave graziers an opportunity to hear the latest water quality science direct from researchers at AIMS, find out about CSIRO work to reduce levels of greenhouse gasses released by cattle, and see the reef first hand on a visit to Orpheus Island.The Reef and Beef trip was run by natural resource management groups NQ Dry Tropics and Fitzroy Basin Association, as part of the Saving our Soils project, funded through the Australian Government Reef Trust and supported by the Queensland Department of Environment and Science.

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