Cape York Reef Community Action Plan Workshops
Do you have an idea to benefit your community and environment?
Whether it's cleaning up the rivers, monitoring corals, dealing with weeds and pests—this is your chance to make those ideas a reality!
Cape York NRM in collaboration with South Cape York Catchments is holding three Community Action Planning workshops at Wujal Wujal, Cooktown, and Hope Vale.
For more information please go to the following event pages.
Each workshop is FREE and FULLY CATERED
To RSVP and to help us tailor the workshop to work on actions that you think are important, please complete this short survey.
The Cape York Reef Action Plan is funded by the partnership between the Australian Government’s Reef Trust and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, and delivered by Cape York NRM with support from South Cape York Catchments.
COVID-safe Event Information
Before you attend this event, please consider the below information regarding persons that are at higher risk of serious illness if they are infected with COVID 19. We kindly request that you self-assess whether you belong to one of these groups and declare this to the organisers prior to the event (no details are required). This information is provided to you to make an informed decision whether you are prepared to take that risk and want to attend the event or not. If you are unsure, please consult your health professional for advice (at your own expense).
The following list describes the groups that are more vulnerable to serious COVID 19 illness. (Source)
A person may be considered as a vulnerable person to more serious COVID 19 illness if they:
There is limited evidence at this time regarding the risk in pregnant women. Queensland Health advises that an assessment should be undertaken of a pregnant person’s work environment, particularly the risk associated with COVID 19 viral infections. Pregnant participants are requested to self-assess whether they wish to attend the event.
Stay home if unwell!
- are 70 years or older
- are 65 years or older with chronic medical conditions
- are an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person who is 50 years or older with one or more chronic medical conditions
- are significantly immunocompromised or taking immunosuppression therapy
- have a chronic medical condition, including:
- chronic renal failure
- coronary heart disease or congestive heart failure
- chronic lung disease including severe asthma (for which frequent medical consultations or the use of multiple medications is required), cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis, suppurative lung disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or chronic emphysema
- poorly controlled diabetes
- poorly controlled hypertension.
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