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South Cape York Catchments

South Cape York Catchments (SCYC) is a community based natural resource management organisation.

During the past 12 months, members of the organisation have undertaken  a variety of projects that include working on aquatic weed control; cultural heritage protection; 

revegetation of riparian areas; the installation of feral pig exclusion fencing in high value wetlands;  water quality monitoring and threatened species surveys.

This work is performed in partnership with Traditional Owners, volunteers, Indigenous rangers and school students.

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