The Cape York Keep It Clean project is an initiative of Thoughtful Travelling Cape York. This project is supported by Cape York NRM and the Queensland Government’s Litter and Illegal Dumping Community and Industry Partnerships Program.
This project continues the Pond Apple control work in the Mt Amos and Cooktown area by Cape York Weeds and Feral Animals Inc, in association with Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation, South Cape York Catchments, Cook Shire Council and the Traditional owners.
This plan outlines the sustainable land management practices for Brumby Hollow over 4 years. Objectives are:
This plan aims to protect the economy and environment of Bunata from the adverse impacts of weeds and feral animals.The objectives for weed and feral animal management in Bunata over the next 4 years are:
To manage the land of Butchers Hill Station, in a sustainable way, by controlling weeds and pest animals on the property, and ensuring it’s economic and environmental viability continues into the future. The objectives for weed and feral animal management in Butchers Hill Station over the next 4 years are:
On day one of the regional workshop, participants used their knowledge of individual species to identify the major and minor regional threats that are affecting each species. On day two of the regional workshop, species were grouped by major threats.
The Cape York Peninsula (CYP) Pest Management Strategy provides a planning framework for coordinated pest management between research bodies, agencies, communities, industries, individuals and the government.
The plan has been prepared to protect the economy and environment of “Jim’s Joint” from the adverse impacts of weeds and feral animals.
The plan represents a workable pest management program which identifies, combats and eradicates declared environmental pest plants and feral animals for Julery Pastoral. The goal of the pest management plan is to guarantee the land is managed in a sustainable way which ensures economical and environment viability.