Juliana has worked as a communications professional since 2009.
She has run her own communications business as well as worked in communications roles for Apunipima Cape York Health Service, Wuchopperen Health Service and a number of other not-for-profit organisations.
Prior to this, Juliana worked as a producer for ABC, a reporter for a regional newspaper, and a freelance journalist. She has a degree in Journalism, History and Politics, and a Graduate Certificate in Social Impact.
Words Juliana Foxlee | Photo Andrew Brooks
Cape York NRM and Northern Gulf Resource Management Group are working with graziers in the Mitchell catchment to help them develop their knowledge of native vegetation management in a bid to reduce erosion.
Words Juliana Foxlee | Photo Barry Lyon
Cassowaries and the endangered golden-shouldered parrot are among the winners in a $16 million investment for Far North Queensland.
Words Juliana Foxlee | Photo provided
Farmers across Far North Queensland are digging into a range of soils management programs to help secure their futures against changing climate conditions.
Words and photos Juliana Foxlee
Springvale Station Nature Refuge is located 40km south west of Cooktown. Once a cattle station, the culturally – important property is now a refuge for a diverse range of vulnerable flora and fauna.
Words Juliana Foxlee | Photo Robyn May
Cape York NRM and Terrain NRM are working together to help farmers learn from each other and bring greater coordination to personal farming support services, also known as extension services.
A Communications and Engagement Workshop for Extension Officers took place in Mareeba on 23 May.
Attended by a mix of Cape York NRM and Department of Agriculture staff and contractors, the full-day workshop covered body language, empathy, and managing emotions in ourselves and others.