BCCA Membership Application form
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Burnett Catchment Care Association BCCA is a member-based, not-for-profit, 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 Burnet 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.

Members 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 Primary Industries and Fisheries ‘Stocktake’ pasture monitoring system.

Burnett Ag Hub

The ‘SMART’ – Hub (Sustainable Management & Agricultural Resources & Tools) website was designed to enhance Inland Burnett landholders accessibility and connection to regionally relevant, smart farming resources.

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