Ground cover key to project success

Ground cover key to project success

The Queensland Government-funded Landholders Driving Change project  supports graziers in the Collinsville/Bowen area to improve land condition and productivity, and repair erosion which affects water quality. Unlike traditional government funding programs, this is...
Landholders Driving Change

Landholders Driving Change

Graziers and scientists unite to design land and water quality solutions. “Working with scientists has been surprising. They are just like us. They want our input and have been putting the water science information into our language, so it’s understandable”. So...
Traditional Owners Grants

Traditional Owners Grants

Traditional Owners Grants helping to protect land and preserve knowledge. Five Traditional Owner groups in the Burdekin Dry Tropics region have been carrying out projects to manage landscapes and preserve cultural heritage thanks to NQ Dry Tropics’ Traditional Owner...
Beach Scrubs get tender loving care

Beach Scrubs get tender loving care

NQ Dry Tropics has started work to protect and restore beach scrubs along Queensland’s coastline between Crystal Creek and Bowen. NQ Dry Tropics’ Biodiversity team has implemented a management program to improve the condition of the endangered beach scrubs, which are...
Graziers rise to the challenge

Graziers rise to the challenge

Graziers rise to challenge of generating ideas to fix gully erosion “The idea of introducing graziers into the thought process of grant development is refreshing”. That’s the view of Jessie Gooding, a young grazier from Mount Aberdeen Station, near Collinsville, who...