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Robyn May

Communications Officer

Robyn joined the Cape York NRM team in September 2014 in the roles of Board Support Officer and Communications Support Officer, and transitioned to the full-time role of Communications Officer at the beginning of 2017. 

Robyn has extensive administration experience, along with event management experience for not-for-profit organisations where securing and managing funding played a significant part of her responsibilities. She also has administration and field experience working with Department of Primary Industries during the Papaya Fruit Fly Eradication Program.

Robyn lives in Atherton, and has traveled extensively throughout the remote regions of northern Australia from Cape York Peninsula, Torres Straits, Northern Territory to the Kimberley region of Western Australia, and has lived and worked in Weipa, Thursday Island, Darwin and Broome.

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Story Robyn May and Abbey Ernst | Photo Kerry Trapnell 

Abbey Ernst started work as Cape York NRM’s Sustainable Industries Officer in December 2018. She will work on the Queensland Government’s Paddock to Reef project, and the Federal Government’s Healthy Farming Futures project.

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Story and photo Robyn May

Abbey started work as Cape York NRM’s Sustainable Industries Officer in December 2018 after graduating with an Environmental Management degree specialising in Coastal and Marine Environments.

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Story and photo Robyn May

Erich’s employment as Land and Water Officer with Cape York NRM commenced in January 2019.

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Story and photo Robyn May

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Story Robyn May | Photo Michael Goddard

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Cape York land managers’ efforts to reduce the loss of valuable top soil, and increase grazing productivity, are being supported by a suite of native grass identification tools.
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Story and Photo Robyn May

A large expanse of rubber vine is being treated in the Laura region by the team working for Cape York Weeds and Feral Animals (CYWAFA) Inc.

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Story and photo Robyn May

Cape York NRM welcomes the Queensland Government and Cook Shire Council’s investment in Gateway to the Cape—a travellers’ rest stop and information centre in Lakeland Downs.