The world is concerned about the health of the Great Barrier Reef, and so are we.
Over 60% of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park lies off the coast of the Cape York NRM management area. While land managers can’t stop bleaching events, we are working together across Cape York to improve the quality of water entering the Great Barrier Reef catchment.
A conversation during a 2016 road trip inspired a wonderful collection of story-telling by some of Cape York’s ingenious land managers.Read more
The Apudthama Rangers conducted an intensive five-week hawksbill turtle monitoring program on Milman Island in early 2017Read more
Predation of endangered sea turtles on western Cape York Peninsula has been significantly reduced by a co-ordinated monitoring and conservation program introduced in 2013.Read more
My name is Katelyn Greaves and I have a school based traineeship with South Cape York Catchments (SCYC). Currently I’m in my second year of my traineeship, and have worked in a number of different environments around Cooktown and with the local community.Read more
What are ABCD Management Practice Frameworks?Read more
In October, excitement was high on the morning of our first day mustering feral cattle out of Saltwater Paddock, an area which has been fenced to protect the wetlandsRead more
Queensland producers now have access to grants of up to $2500 to help tackle family business and succession planning thanks to the Queensland Government.Read more
Introducing staff member Caleb Zaicz Community Engagement Officer, Cape York Natural Resource Management
Meet Caleb and other Cape York NRM staff members at some of the events noted in the Cape York CalendarRead more