Graziers network and learn

Graziers network and learn

Graziers take opportunity to network and learn at Clothes Peg Station From managing animal nutrition in the dry season to adopting strategic planning tools for business development: fifteen graziers from across northern Queensland discussed some of their key...
Volunteers improve waterways

Volunteers improve waterways

Volunteers improve waterways for a healthier Great Barrier Reef Community group volunteers across the Burdekin region are helping to protect the Great Barrier Reef by improving the health of local waterways through the NQ Dry Tropics’ Community Landcare Grants....
Recording traditional knowledge

Recording traditional knowledge

Traditional ecological knowledge and land management techniques can play a key role in protecting our natural resources. In 2011, NQ Dry Tropics made an online cultural database  available for Traditional Owners in the Burdekin Dry Tropics region to collate knowledge....
Peter Andrews to help graziers

Peter Andrews to help graziers

Burdekin graziers looking for ways to make their land more sustainable and drought-resistant will have the opportunity to learn about Natural Sequence Farming at an event on 14 and 15 June 2016, featuring renowned agricultural pioneer Peter Andrews. The event will be...
World Fish Migration Day

World Fish Migration Day

Burdekin community celebrates World Fish Migration Day with barra release Around 50 Burdekin landholders and community members came to Kalamia Creek, Ayr,  on Saturday 21 May to celebrate World Fish Migration Day and learn about the threats faced by local fish...