Reef Rescue funding reduces erosion

Reef Rescue funding reduces erosion

After the wet and rainy weather we have seen recently and over the past 12-24 months, the dangers of having bare soil and eroding gullies are increasingly important.  What can start as a small problem during the drought years can quickly escalate into a major problem...

Fifth & final year – Reef Rescue Grazing

BCCA announces that the fifth and final year of Reef Rescue Grazing is now open and we are accepting expressions of interest from graziers interested in participating. Reef Rescue is an initiative of the Australian Government’s Caring for Our Country program aimed at...

Reef Rescue assists many graziers

Currrently in it’s 4th of 5 years, the Reef Rescue program has been run across the Queensland coast to help land managers to improve the management of and reduce their sediment and nutrient runnoff into the creeks and onto the Reef. In the Burnett this year, 48...

Reef Rescue Grazing – Year 4 now open

BCCA are currently taking Expressions of Interest for Year 4 – Round 2 of Reef Rescue Grazing (2011/12) for graziers located in the priority area (see map). Reef Rescue is an initiative of the Australian Government’s Caring for Our Country program aimed at...

Regulation Risks Reef Rescue

On Friday, Industry and Natural Resource Management Groups quietly celebrated the formalisation of partnerships that would see delivery of incentives to landholders in Queensland Reef catchments including the Burnett. At a Reef Summit in Brisbane on the same day, the...

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