Kim and Doug Muirhead recently became Grazing BMP Accredited Producers through personalised support from Fitzroy Basin Association Inc. (FBA).
Soil testing and tailored support has helped these two graziers trial pasture rundown solutions.
With the support of FBA through funds from the Queensland Government's Innovations Fund, these two grain growers were able to
Managing and controlling pests helps protect the natural assets we rely on.
Sharing the projects and celebrating the achievements of those who decided to make a difference to the Great Barrier Reef
Local traditional owners, the Darumbal People, hold a rich ecological and cultural knowledge about their country.
WQIP:2015 identifies priority areas and targets that offer the greatest potential to improve water quality.
In January 2013, excessive rain from Ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald—800mm over 20 hours—triggered massive flooding in areas, higher than previously seen.
Completely opposite lifestyles and upbringings yet the girls discovered they are very similar after spending a day in each other’s
Volunteers give countless hours of their time to help protect the environment and improve its condition for future generations.
We’re very proud of the important work we do!
Robert Sherry and his wife Jane run Wahroonga, a 10,000 hectare cattle property in the Clarke Creek district approximately 200
The Turichs have found that by having the ability to control cattle access, they can manage sediment run off and
Winemaker turned grazier Brian McGuigan got help from FBA through a Reef Rescue grant to improve the profitability and sustainability
Mixed enterprise farmers Eion and Anne Anderson became eligible for an Australian Government Reef Rescue grant by getting involved in
Doing Grains Best Management Practices (BMP) enabled Carmel and Kevin O’Keeffe to successfully apply for funding to upgrade their spray
An innovative research project in central Queensland is tracking cattle movement in paddocks with different layouts, to see how much
The everyday actions of people in the Fitzroy Basin and coastal catchments are helping protect the Great Barrier Reef and
Adele and David O'Connor run two mixed grain and grazing properties near Springsure, managing a combined total of almost 16000
Brett and Renee Christie own Wedgewood, a grazing business located 50 kilometres north of Blackwater in the Fitzroy Basin.
Dangarfield is the jewel in the crown of Dangarfield Cattle Company's operations, which includes five properties in the Taroom -
This is the personal story of Cliff Bunn, an active Bushcare volunteer on the Capricorn Coast.
Fitzroy Basin Association works
Mick and Debbie Austin manage Harcourt, a 4000 acre property near Baralaba. Flood irrigated cotton is grown on 700 acres.
Ian and Gloria Pershouse grow mangoes near Calliope, and were funded $5,425 by Fitzroy Basin Association through the Australian Government’s
Head Under Water volunteers regularly dive on the beautiful Great Barrier Reef – all in the name of science.