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Partnerships

Setting up a pit fall trap with Conservation Volunteers on Belgamba Nature Refuge

Setting up a pit fall trap with Conservation Volunteers on Belgamba Nature Refuge

Conservation Volunteers listening to work program for the day at Belgamba Nature Refuge

Conservation Volunteers listening to work program for the day at Belgamba Nature Refuge

Reviewing fencing projects at Lower Dinner Creek Nature Refuge

Reviewing fencing projects at Lower Dinner Creek Nature Refuge

The Nature Refuges Program is collaborating with partners to protect significant conservation values on properties across Queensland.

Many community groups, non-profit organisations, regional natural resource management groups, local governments and commercial entities are forming partnerships with the department to help promote and deliver the Nature Refuges Program and sustainable land management practices.

Current Nature Refuges Program partners include:

Queensland Government    AGFORCE    Australian Government    Northern Gulf Resource    Southern Gulf Catchments    South West NRM Ltd    Condamine Alliance    Burnett Mary Regional Group    Fitzroy Basin Association    Terrain    North Queensland Dry Tropics    Queensland Murray Darling Committee    Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd    SEQ Catchments    Desert Channels Queensland    Lockyer Valley Regional Council    City of Ipswich    Sunshine Coast Council    Scenic Rim Regional Council    Sporting Shooters Association of Australia    Conservation and Wildlife Management Qld    Greening Australia    Conservation Volunteers    Queensland Trust for Nature   

Last updated
13 April 2017