UMI Arts

UMI Arts is the peak Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and cultural organisation for Far North Queensland, an area that extends north of Cairns to include the Torres Strait Islands, south to Cardwell, west to Camooweal and includes the Gulf and Mt Isa regions.

UMI Arts is a not-for-profit company managed by an all-Indigenous Board of Directors and is based in Cairns Queensland.

Bush Heritage

Bush Heritage is a non-profit conservation organisation dedicated to protecting Australia's unique animals, plants and their habitats.

Enabled by the generosity of supporters, they own and manage private conservation reserves throughout Australia, covering around a million hectares.

Their reserves are managed in a similar way to National Parks – the land is legally protected, with the intention of safeguarding it forever.

They also build partnerships with other landowners to support conservation management on their properties. 

Centre for Appropriate Technology

CAT Ltd is a not for profit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Company that works with communities, organisations, governments and the private sector across central and northern Australia.

We engage with people to problem-solve solutions that work. We maximise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment on the projects by reorganising the way work is organised and embed training on the job.

AgForce Queensland

AgForce Queensland is a peak organisation representing Queensland's rural producers, which strives to ensure the long term growth, viability, competitiveness and profitability of broad acre industries of cattle, grain, sheep and wool in Queensland.

Cairns and Far North Environment Centre

The Cairns and Far North Environment Centre (CAFNEC) is a not-for-profit incorporated association which acts as conservation council for the region from Cardwell north to Torres Strait and from the east coast to the Gulf of Carpentaria. The Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropics World Heritage Areas are included. Collaboration with other conservation organisations on environmental issues of state and national importance has become increasingly important.

Queensland Conservation Council

Queensland Conservation is the state’s peak non-government environment group. We have been working to protect, conserve and sustain Queensland’s unique natural environment since 1969.

We are a non-profit incorporated association with no political affiliations. Our members are made up of environment groups throughout Queensland, linked through a simple structure consisting of an elected governing council, specialised staff and dedicated volunteers.

Australian Conservation Foundation

The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) stands for ecological sustainability. We get to the heart of environmental problems by tackling the underlying social and economic causes. We work across society to influence urgent, transformative action to deliver lasting change on the scale required to secure a sustainable environment. We bring people together to champion the true value of our environment and its critical role in sustaining all other systems and in achieving human wellbeing.

Rainforest Cooperative Research Centre

The Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management (CRC-TREM) was established in 1993 as a joint venture between its partners and the Commonwealth Government of Australia. Having achieved national and international recognition during its first phase, the Centre was successfully refunded in 1999 as the Rainforest CRC, under a new and expanded partnership of twelve organisations.