NQ Dry Tropics has a history of working with land managers.
Graziers manage most of the land in the Burdekin Dry Tropics. They’re an integral part of our work to improve the environment. We support graziers with funding and through access to resources like mapping, workshops and publications.
Farmers are also significant land managers in our area and we support them in a similar way.
We also help semi-rural landholders who live on small blocks but don’t earn an income from their property.
Other land managers include schools, community groups, Traditional Owners and mining and defence organisations. They also benefit from working with NQ Dry Tropics to understand how to control pests and weeds, what species to plant and how to attract wildlife.
If you are a small landholder in Oak Valley, Alligator Creek, Nome or Black River our Healthy Habitat initiative could help you look after your place.
Regardless of how big or small the land is that you manage NQ Dry Tropics will be able to help you.