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Latest News

Director elections 2019

Robyn May

18 Jul 2019

Nominations are now open for four Director positions on Cape York NRM's Board of Directors. 

These sectors are:

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A Healthy Farming Future for Cape York

Juliana Foxlee

10 Jul 2019

A resilient, future-focused and adaptive Cape York farming sector is the goal for the Cape York NRM’s Healthy Farming Futures project.

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Western Cape Sea Turtle Nesting Season Underway

Juliana Foxlee

10 Jul 2019

Western Cape York turtle nesting season, which runs from July to October, is underway, but the turtles' future is not bright.

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Connecting the Farmer and Farm Services Dots

Juliana Foxlee

10 Jul 2019

Cape York NRM and Terrain NRM are working together to help farmers learn from each other and bring greater coordination to personal farming support services, also known as extension services.

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Pest animal and weed management survey

Robyn May

24 May 2019

The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) is conducting a survey on pest animal and weed management.

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Landholders gain foothold on weed infestations

Robyn May

21 Mar 2019

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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Native grasses initiative for the Mitchell River catchment

Robyn May

12 Mar 2019

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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Active gully remediation continues in the Normanby Basin

Robyn May

11 Mar 2019

The West Normanby distal gully site on Springvale Station is identified as the most important sediment source in the Normanby Basin. Targeted remediation works on active gullies are being implemented to reduce erosion and protect river and Great Barrier Reef habitats.

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Cape York Healthy Country Newsletter

Reviewing the past can be an important pathway to understanding the present. The future is another story entirely.

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Upcoming Events

Catchment Story Workshops

27 Aug 2019 - 28 Aug 2019

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Soil health workshops

02 Sep 2019 - 03 Sep 2019

Mareeba

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Cape York NRM - Annual General Meeting

30 Nov 2019 - 30 Nov 2019

PCYC Cooktown

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