The ABCD Management Practice Framework was designed over 10 years ago to highlight and facilitate communication about the different level
The Hopevale Congress Rangers and Cape York Weeds and Feral Animals Inc carried out on ground control of Pond Apple in May-June 2017 in and around Cape York Peninsula's East coast, specifically, strategically targeting the areas of Hopevale and South Cape Bedford areas and surrounds.
This report documents the findings from a five day field trip to Violetvale Station in the Normanby drainage basin of eastern Cape York. In anticipation of large scale fencing-off of wetlands, the main focus of this study was to document aquatic biodiversity, primarily fishes; and to a lesser extent crustaceans, aquatic reptiles and waterbirds.
This project continues the Pond Apple control work in the Mt Amos and Cooktown area by Cape York Weeds and Feral Animals Inc, in association with Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation, South Cape York Catchments, Cook Shire Council and the Traditional owners.
The continuation of the Rubber Vine Control works on Lukin River Containment line has shown a targeted approach which continues to reduce the threat of Rubber Vine extending past the containment line. The areas controlled cover a total area of approx 784 ha with 28 km of River.
Cape York NRM delivered Sustainable grazing management and on-ground works: maintaining Cape York’s resource base for sustainable management and use – reducing pests and weeds, improving water quality in 2013-2016. The project was funded by the Queensland Government’s Queensland Natural Resource Management Investment Program.
Cape York NRM Annual Community Report 2015-2016
Cape York Natural Resource Management Financial Report, for the year ended 30 June 2016
The Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan aims to improve the quality of water entering the Great Barrier Reef lagoon from catchments on the east coast of the Cape York Peninsula.
This is the first appendice for the Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan and presents the key disturbances to water quality in the Great Barrier Reef such as gully erosion.