There are many ways the community can get involved and help protect and manage our environment
Land and sea rangers. The Queensland Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program aims to improve Indigenous participation in managing land and sea country.
Everyone’s Environment grants program opened on 1 July 2012 to provide funding for Queensland community groups with projects aimed at delivering practical actions for local environmental improvements.
Nature refuges are voluntary conservation agreements between landholders and QPWS to protect areas of significant conservation value.
NatureAssist is a financial incentives scheme designed to encourage and assist private land conservation in Queensland.
Volunteers across the state assist on a variety of projects which retain, restore and improve our environment.
Contact us for further information through the General Nature Refuges Program, NatureAssist, the department Customer Service Centre or view relevant information sheets.