*** Amended Priority area & extended Expression of Interest deadline***

Under the Reef Alliance – Growing a Great Barrier Reef – Burnett Grazing, eligible graziers located within the Burnett priority area have the opportunity to receive free, one-on-one, tailored training and extension support to help improve grazing management practices that will reduce sediment runoff into the Great Barrier Reef lagoon while enhancing the productivity of your grazing business.

Is my grazing property located in the amended priority area?

You may be eligible to participate in this project if your property is located in the priority area – the sub catchment encompassing Paradise Dam to Walla Weir including the Degilbo and Biggenden areas; refer to the amended priority map.

Expression of Interest – extended to 31 January 2017

BCCA is keen to help you enhance the productivity, profitability and sustainability of your grazing business; for more details about the project and to complete an Expression of Interest form, please click here!

For graziers who have already submitted an Expression of Interest

Thanks to those graziers who have already submitted their Expression of Interest for this project prior to Christmas – your EOI remains current so there is no need reapply. We will be in touch soon.

Contact

Veronica Chapman
Grazing Extension Officer
P: 0448 114 502 or E: veronica@betterburnett.com
Reef Alliance – Growing a Great Barrier Reef is a partnership between agricultural industry, regional NRM bodies and facilitated by the Queensland Farmers’ Federation (QFF), with a common goal of securing the future health of the Great Barrier Reef. The Reef Alliance Program is funded by the Australian Government and delivered through the Reef Trust.

For more information, go to: BCCA Reef Alliance – Growing a Great Barrier Reef or QFF Reef Alliance.

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