Landholders in Cadarga Creek, Auburn River and Baywulla Creek subcatchments were keen to get their hands on on-ground incentives through Burnett Catchment Care Association’s latest project, Better Burnett.
Information sessions held by the Better Burnett team at Monogorilby, Narayen and Baywulla Station last week were a huge success with many landholders turning out to find out how they can take part in enhancing sustainable grazing on their properties.
At each session, landholders were given an overview of the incentives on offer and then were assisted by the whole Better Burnett team to complete their application forms right their on the day.
The highly anticipated draw for $5000 worth of on-ground works was also drawn at each information session. The lucky winners were Sharon Lithgow of “Koala”, for Cadarga Creek, Bill & Jan Young for Auburn River, and Melanie & Robert Leather for Baywulla Creek. Congratulations to each winner.
If any landholders in these subcatchments require more assistance with their application forms or missed out on the sessions and need more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us
Katie – Better Beef Coordinator
The large crowd at Monogorilby information session
BCCA Chariman, Paul Lobegeier, Baywulla Creek $5000 winners, Melanee and Robert Leather and Better Beef Cooridinator, Katie Sibson.