Every day Queensland’s 14 NRM bodies are busy working with communities and partners, including all levels of government, to deliver natural resource management outcomes across the State. They are focused on ensuring food security, clean water, healthy landscapes and resilient rural communities for our future.
The 20th edition of the Healthy Country Newsletter is a special edition looking at the people of the 2014 Indigenous Fire Workshop, including information taken from interviews with the people themselves over the fire workshop
This issue of the Heathy Country Newsletter looks at both fire and rain with articles about fire management and burning practices as well as on weather mapping, the altering weather's effect in native animals and marine turtle conservation.
It's been another incredibly busy year for Cape York NRM and our partners. We hope you enjoy this newsletter which conveys some of our joint efforts.
Issue 28 of Healthy Country Newsletter focuses on the lessons learnt and the knowledge shared by Cape York's Land and Sea Managers.
Issue 27 of Healthy Country Newsletter explores some of the big issues impacting our water resources on the Cape, like gully erosion, salt water incursion and changing seasonal impacts. It also looks at some of the work underway from land managers to look after the land and care for our water.
This issue of the Healthy Country Newsletter talks predominately about turtle conservation and water quality improvement.
In this issue of Cape York Healthy Country Newsletter northern quolls are discussed as an indicator of healthy country, opions flair regarding an irrigation project designed to catch and utilise monsoonal rain in the Gulf of Carpentaria, the carbon farming initiative is discussed and explained, and an article covers how the lives of the Kuku Nyu
Issue 9 of the Healthy Country Newsletter contains articles covering turtle and dugong conservation and rehabilitation actions on the Cape, the launch of a junior wild river rangers program, the fire workshop and adition of a new board member, and the overall achievements of the Wild River's Rangers program in the 2011 period.
This is the 10th edition of Cape York Natural Resource Management's healthy country newsletter.