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Cape York NRM and the Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance (WCTTAA) back the National Farmers Federation’s call for a national feral pig control program to be put in place
The Reef Water Quality Report Card 2017 and 2018, which assesses the results of Reef 2050 Water Quality Improvement Plan (Reef 2050 WQIP) actions, was released in August this year
Cape York NRM has been awarded $200,000 under the Palaszczuk Government’s Land Restoration Fund to assess the feasibility of a collective carbon farming initiative in the Normanby basin
Amazing work South Cape York Catchments Cape York Weeds and Feral Animals Inc. You make the Cape a better place each and every day. Congratulations! 2019 Queensland Landcare Awards
How are cassowaries in north-eastern Cape York tracking?
The Normanby Rangers mustered feral cattle on Normanby Station earlier this year as part of their Reef Trust IV Gully project.
Gully remediation projects in the Laura basin will stop over 700 tonnes of sediment entering the northern Great Barrier Reef

No one ever learned to walk by reading a book about it—the same message holds true for working with land managers on Cape York
‘The change starts with us’—that was the takeaway for Cape York NRM staff attending the Australasia-Pacific Extension Network (APEN) conference in Darwin last week
Coastal vine thickets, ant plants and cassowaries need protection from a range of threats including out of control wildfires
‘This project aims to substantially reduce the amount of sediment flowing into the Normanby, and as a result, improve water quality in the Northern Great Barrier Reef,’
I am continually excited and inspired by the people and environments of the Cape, along with the projects that we get to deliver and support.
The landscape is drying out and the season has changed