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Indigenous service provider scholarships out now

Robyn May

28 Jul 2020

ICAN Learn has 14 scholarships available to study the Diploma of Financial Counselling.

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Help shape the future of Cape York NRM

Robyn May

24 Jul 2020

Members are invited to apply for a position on the Director Selection Panel to assess Director nominations.

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Cape York NRM to lead Cape York Reef Community Action Plan

Robyn May

16 Jul 2020

Cape York NRM has been established as a Reef Community Action Plan Leader.

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Director vacancies call for nominations

Robyn May

08 Jul 2020

Nominations for a position on the Board of Directors in Zones 1, 3 and 4 close on 19 August 2020.

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North Australian Fire Information (NAFI) site secures funding extension

Juliana Foxlee

29 Jun 2020

The North Australian Fire Information (NAFI) website has secured a funding extension from the Australian Government.

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Cape York's feral pig epidemic

Juliana Foxlee

24 Jun 2020

‘What might we save if we get the response right?’

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Time to get on top of Far North Queensland’s feral pig problem

Juliana Foxlee

11 Jun 2020

A regional, landscape-wide solution to far north Queensland’s feral pig problem is being sought.

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Biodiversity key to a thriving northern Australia

Juliana Foxlee

22 May 2020

Far North Queensland is home to over 500 threatened plant and animal species and we need to act fast to save them from extinction.  

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Doing something natural: grazing naturally on Merluna Station

Juliana Foxlee

21 May 2020

Cameron and Michelle MacLean have owned Merluna Station, a north western Cape York grazing property, since 2004.

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Congratulations to agriculture extension graduate Harry James

Robyn May

11 May 2020

Harry recently graduated his 'Agricultural Extension Graduate' placement with Cape York NRM and has been an asset to the organisation. Have a listen to what Harry has to say about his twelve-month experience working on Cape York.

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