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EOI from GSP Recovery Team—Traditional Owners

pdf Reference Document

The Golden-shouldered Parrot Recovery Team is led by the Traditional Owners whose lands encompass the current range of the Golden-shouldered Parrot across both the northern and southern sub-populations. The Recovery Team is committed to the recovery program being an Aboriginal-led process that empowers Traditional Owners.

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Biodiversity Bright Spots Project Expression of Interest—Application Form

pdf Corporate Document

Expressions of interest can be submitted to biodiversity@northerngulf.com.au, operations@capeyorknrm.com.au or via post to Northern Gulf Resource Management Group PO Box 2077, Mareeba QLD 4880. For more information phone us on 07 4092 1088.

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Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property - Territory Natural Resource Management

pdf Fact Sheet

What is ICIP?

Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) means all parts of Indigenous knowledge and culture that you want protected and recognised including:

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Gully remediation at Spring Creek

pdf Case Study

Gully erosion causes significant amounts of sediment to enter Cape York waterways. Around a million tonnes of sediment washes through southern Cape York’s Normanby catchment every year due to gully erosion. Gullies create more problems than just run off —they damage pasture, wreck fences and cause injury to cattle.

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Western Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan

pdf Reference Document

One of the major impediments facing Cape York is the myth that it is a vast undisturbed wilderness sitting in a time-warp that has by-passed the rest of Australia.

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Camping

pdf Guide

Cape York offers many great camping locations. There are campgrounds in national parks and Cape York Peninsula Aboriginal Land (CYPAL) parks, Council-controlled areas, Aboriginal Land Trusts and there are some privately-owned campsites.

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Rubbish

pdf Guide

Careful rubbish disposal is crucial in Cape York Peninsula. Mosquitoes, fruit flies, and plant and animal diseases can enter the region from Papua New Guinea and Asia. Rubbish increases the risk of these affecting public health, agriculture and the local economy.

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Toilet Tips

pdf Guide

When you’ve got to go, go thoughtfully. Increasing cases of gastroenteritis are being reported in high-use areas of Australia. It's often caused by exposure to human waste, and has unpleasant symptoms like diarrhoea and vomiting. Avoid getting or spreading ‘gastro’ by observing these guidelines.

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Washing

pdf Guide

Personal care products, including soaps, detergents and toothpaste, are harmful to fish and other aquatic life. Even biodegradable products can cause harm.

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Driving

pdf Guide

Most of the Cape's roads are unsealed. Driving on them contributes to soil erosion which causes damage to the environment, farming land, waterways, infrastructure and cultural heritage.

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