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Queensland Government

The Queensland Government supports Regional NRM organisations through a number of different departments and funding programs. 

Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing:

  • Nest to Ocean Turtle Protection Program

Department of Natural Resources and Mines:

  • Cape York NRM Regional Base Level Investment 2012-2013.
  • Bioregional Assessment Project
  • Core Operating 2013-2014
  • Cape York NRM 2013-16 Queensland Regional Natural Resource Management Investment Program
  • Water Quality Improvement Plan 2014-2015

Department of Environment and Heritage Protection. QLD Government (formerly Department of Environment and Resource Management)

  • Establishing WIld Rivers Indigenous Reference Groups
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