LDC 2024 celebration

LDC 2024 celebration

Landholders Driving Change successes are worth celebrating 15 AprilCelebration dinnerWorkers Club, Collinsville4pm – 8.30pm (welcome to stay on after the dinner) RSVP:  Tanya Magor 4799 3509 or tanya.magor@nqdrytropics.com.au For six years, the Landholders...
Community Planting Day

Community Planting Day

Community planting effort will protect sand dunes at Wunjunga More than 30 volunteers fronted up to plant out more than 900 native seedlings that, when established, will help secure the sand dunes and protect the access road.  More than 30 participants did their bit...
2023 Photo Competition

2023 Photo Competition

Competition open for entries from20 September, 2023 to 30 January, 2024.Prizewinners notified in February, 2024. Photographs entered in this competition need to have been taken in 2023 in the Burdekin Dry Tropics region. The Burdekin Dry Tropics is unquestionably a...
Planting protects dunes

Planting protects dunes

The dunes at Alva Beach, near Ayr. Dune protection the focus for Alva Beach planting A major revegetation project kicking off in January will improve the condition of sand dunes on the lower Burdekin’s most popular beach. The dune system at Alva Beach helps protect...
Changes clear at LDC midway point

Changes clear at LDC midway point

Inspecting stage one of the gully rehabilitation works at Mt Wickham. Halfway through… and the change is clearTHE NQ Dry Tropics’ Landholders Driving Change (LDC) project has reached the halfway point.It is piloting land management and repair approaches at a...
Cool lesson on ‘cool burns’

Cool lesson on ‘cool burns’

Cool lesson on ‘cool burns’ at workshop Residents and landholders of the Woodstock/Majors Creek region received a cool lesson on cool burns at a “Fire as a Tool for Conservation and Land Management” workshop held on Saturday. Workshop organiser, NQ Dry Tropics project...