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Cape York NRM members will vote on a proposed new constitution at a special general meeting in August.
The Cape York Healthy Country Plan 2021-2030 is the regional natural resource management plan for Cape York.
Gully remediation works are plowing ahead across the Normanby catchment through the Reef Trust IV Program.
Under the shade of a tree at Pinnacle Station, graziers sat down for a conversation with Dr Geoffry Fordyce.
Savanna burning has occurred across Cape York for more than 50,000 years.
Within Australia, citizen science is increasing exponentially in popularity.
Beefing up your business was the focus of seven business workshops for graziers.
There are positive outcomes to carbon farming in addition to emissions avoided or carbon stored.
It’s been an eventful month of property visits as part of the Grazing Resilience and Sustainable Solutions (GRASS) program.
The Land Condition Assessment Tool is a rapid science-based method used to score the health of grazing land from A to D.
Sea turtles are beginning to arrive on western Cape York Peninsula beaches to lay their eggs.
Northern Australia is home to four sawfish species, and three of these are listed as vulnerable on national legislation.
Reef Water Quality Report Card shows encouraging progress towards achieving the Reef 2050 Water Quality Improvement Plan targets.
Emma Roberts, South Cape York Catchments Project Support Officer, is excited to be working with people who share her passion about the environment.
You have looked through this fantastic newsletter and caught up and what we are doing out on the ground and a little behind the scenes. You will have also seen that we are asking our Membership to support a new Constitution.