Update from the Directors

Cape York NRM would not exist without its partnerships with the State and Federal governments. They not only fund us, but they work with us, assisting us and guiding us with state and national priorities relating to natural resource management outcomes.

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Crocodile Station gully works update

As a continuation of the ongoing gully remediation trials carried out by Cape York NRM on Crocodile Station, three fast moving gully headcuts have been stabilised using rock chutes and energy dissipation pools. The channels downstream of the gullies have

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Laura Rangers water monitoring continues

The Laura Rangers are continuing to expand their capacity to monitor water quality in the Laura-Normanby catchment. Recently the Rangers received training in operating the new automatic water sampling equipment installed in the East and West Normanby Rive

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Hill Top Farm workshops

How do you grow more with less, or create your own pest-resistant garden or farm? At two recent Cooktown workshops, Cape Yorkers learned ways to do just this.

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Turtle monitoring wraps up for another year

Rangers of the Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) have completed another successful year of turtle nest monitoring and protection on western Cape beaches for 2017. The partnership of five Ranger groups from Northern Peninsula Area, Map

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'One in a Thousand' documentary released

One in a Thousand was made to promote the work of WCTTAA Rangers - which involves the regional coordination of marine turtle work programs, training, data collection and analysis, and communication activities – to their communities and to the broader publ

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Jorg's top tips for reporting

Reporting can sometimes feel overwhelming, The good news is that Cape York NRM staff members are here to help you.

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New voices for the Wenlock River

The Wenlock River catchment is one of Australia’s most biodiverse, relatively pristine rivers spanning over 7,500 square kilometres, and it now has a new committee caring for it.

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Merepah People returning to Country Moompa-Awu Aboriginal Corporation

In September 2016, Moompa-Awu Aboriginal Corporation became incorporated after many family consultations and talks – their vision being to return to their homeland, ‘Merepah’.

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2018 - Invite to submit articles

We want to share your stories about the terrific work that you’re doing with everyone across the Cape.

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Sponsor opportunities for the Gateway to the Cape

“There is a buzz about this project; it is an opportunity for the Cape York Peninsula community to be part of something big and unique as well as representative of our country” said Waratah Nicholls, Project Manager.

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