Members

Why become a BCCA member?

BCCA members are the first to hear about funding, workshops and training events in our region.

As a potential member, we would like you to be aware that our organisation carries a public liability insurance policy worth $20,000,000. This covers volunteer workers and members of our organisation.

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BCCA Membership Application Form

Burnett Catchment Care Association BCCA is a member-based, not-for-profit organisation, employing professional staff to develop and implement natural resource management projects across the Burnett Catchment.

We work directly with landholders to support sustainable land management practices.

We partner with associated, like-minded organisations such as the Burnett Mary Regional Group and landcare groups where much of our funding is derived from State and Federal Government funding programs.

Becoming a member of BCCA means that you are the first to know of any workshops, field days, training or funding relevant for you and your property.

As a potential member, we would like you to be aware that our organisation carries a public liability insurance policy worth $20,000,000. This covers volunteer workers and members of our organisation.

Please note that applications for membership are subject to approval by BCCA Management Committee and payment of membership fees.

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BCCA Member Events

The next BCCA General Meeting will be held on Thursday 20 April at Mundubbbera Town Hall supper rooms. For more information please call the BCCA office on 4166 3898.

Member Resources

North Burnett Riparian Revegetation Guidelines

The North Burnett Riparian Revegetation Guidelines are designed to inform and support step-by-step through the process to stabilise and restore riparian areas.

Three Moon and Monal Creeks Floodplain Land Management Plan

Developed in a participative workshop approach involving all interested stakeholders this guide will assist land managers in their floodplain management activities.

Pasture Monitoring Ute Guide

This handy guide was designed to assist Burnett Region graziers assess and monitor pasture quality using simple methods based on Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries ‘Stocktake’ pasture monitoring system.


Pasture Monitoring Spreadsheet Template – this excel template is designed for users of the Burnett Catchment Care Association’s Pasture Monitoring process to store their monitoring data captured in the field.

Pasture Monitoring Spreadsheet Example – this is an example of the pasture monitoring spreadsheet completed to show how it automatically populates to report card.

Pasture Monitoring Field Sheets – these pdf field sheets can be printed and used in the field to record your monitoring data.

Newsletter Archive

The Burnett Buzz – Spring 2016

In this edition:   BCCA to manage Baffle Reef Systems Repairs Project New ‘Monto Growers Group’ formed Small grants provided to kick start South Burnett Black Soil Growers Action on the Ground project almost complete Can I make money from Carbon? Please consider...

the burnett buzz… Autumn 2016

In this season's issue of the burnett buzz... ; Southern Qld Cropping bus tour Reef Water Quality finalised Soil profiling equipment available for hire Herd management & reduced emissions The Burnett’s contribution to 20 Million Trees Better Catchments update...

the burnett buzz… Summer 2016

In the Summer 2016 issue of the burnett buzz...: Action on the Ground - trial update BCCA's success with Burrum system repair project tender Second ERF auction conducted Reef water quality grants program: the last leg Pig compost put to work on multiple crops Southern...

the burnett buzz… Winter 2015

In this issue: Pig Manure - Maturing Nicely Future Land Manager 11,000 hectares of weed control Emissions Reduction Fund update North Burnett Weeds in the spotlight Better Catchments projects for the inland Burnett Sustainable Grazing workshop Gin Gin Working together...

the burnett buzz… Autumn 2015

In this issue: Update on carbon policy changes Flood Recovery Riparian project case study Grazing workshop to be held in Gin Gin Seed collection workshop a success in the Central Burnett Composting pig manure project Flood recovery project survives TC Marcia's force...

the burnett buzz… Spring 2014

In this issue: 2 day soils workshop in October for Graziers Manure vs compost—a review New soils methodology for CFI Central Burnett Riparian restoration update Reef grants continue for the Coastal Burnett ...plus lots more To view the latest issue of the burnett buzz...

the burnett buzz… Winter 2014

In this issue: Case study on local grazier’s PMP Soil carbon results from Monto workshop Update on Flood Recovery Riparian project in Central Burnett Weed file—GRT Nitrous oxide trial update GLM workshop for Degilbo Weed profile - Giant Rats Tail Grass,  a flood weed...

the burnett buzz… Autumn 2014

In this issue: Funding to control weeds in your creeks Burnett River streambank restoration projects underway Carbon Farming Initiative update Three Moon Creek Floodplain Plan finalised Welcome Dutch Anbeek to the BCCA team Trial in Monto aimed at reducing Nitrous...

the burnett buzz… Spring 2013

In this issue: Update on Carbon Farming Project Threemoon Floodplain Farmers are Action Planning Chemical for weed control Welcome Jenny and Peter!! BCCA backs BMP program Riparian restoration begins Reef Rescue Grazing 2 To view the latest issue of the burnett buzz...

the burnett buzz… Summer 2013

In this issue:
Reef Rescue Case Study – Sanderson & Carr
Useful information regarding Flood Recovery Assistance
Cat’s Claw Creeper Control in the North Burnett
BlazeAid lending a hand for flooded farmers
Staff members flood photos
Welcome Veronica to the BCCA team
Land For Wildlife in the inland Burnett
2013 flooding in Mundubbera – a staff members perspective
An endangered species found in the inland Burnett

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