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Drought Resilience Field Day

06 Apr 2022 - 06 Apr 2022
Karma Waters Station, Mt Carbine

We’re teaming up with Gulf Savannah NRM for a Drought Resilience Field Day at Karma Waters Station, Mt Carbine, on April 6.

It’s a free event, running from 8.30am to 3pm. Catering will be provided. Register here.

Join other north Queensland graziers for:

  • insights into drought resilience strategies for beef
  • understand the benefits of improving land condition
  • guided paddock walks
  • learn about carbon and stewardship program opportunities
  • information about services and support for graziers looking to make improvements

This project is supported by TNQ Drought Hub through funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund and the Queensland Government’s Natural Resources Investment Program.

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Drought Resilience Field Day

Bouncing back from drought


15 Apr 2022

Set against the backdrop of Karma Waters Station, the Drought Resilience Day, jointly hosted by Gulf Savannah and Cape York NRMs was a day of sharing experiences, and getting to the nuts and bolts of drought resilience strategies for the Northern Gulf region’s

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