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Biodegradable polymer stemming erosion on pineapple farms

A group of farmers in South East Queensland has been looking at a method of controlling soil erosion and the associated run-off of nutrients and pesticides with a product that has proved successful in the construction industry. Soil erosion is an issue which has long been a concern for pineapple growers. The Australian pineapple sector […]

Flood impact mapping 2022: part of our rapid recovery response

Smart photo map of flood impacts & resilience If you would like to add your local photos to this map, click here. The form is easy to complete – just a few fields and the opportunity to upload a photo. https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/cb27c4ce9b6545b7ab287b6ad59726c3 Below you can check out an array of images across South East Queensland showing […]

Join the fight against marine debris this Clean Up Australia Day

  The problem of marine debris and litter Marine debris directly threatens the health and survival of marine animals in Quandamooka (Moreton Bay) through entanglement and ingestion. Plastic litter is particularly problematic as it can take hundreds – even thousands – of years to fully break down and accumulates in the environment over time. Plastic […]

Showcase conference 2021 – Recordings available now

Program & recordings Healthy Land and Water is pleased to present the recorded segments of its premier environmental event for South East Queensland in 2021 Attendees at the one-day event were treated to an engaging showcase of impactful work for the region, including: Launch of the refreshed NRM Plan draft for public consultation for SEQ. […]

Critters that call the Moreton Bay Ramsar Wetland home: the Water mouse (Xeromys myoides)

Water mouse (Xeromys myoides) Other Names: False water rat, yirrkoo Conservation status: Vulnerable (Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999; Nature Conservation Act 1992) The water mouse is a native rodent that inhabits coastal freshwater and intertidal environments, including saltmarsh, mangroves and wetlands. In Queensland, discontinuous populations have been recorded along the coast from […]

Coastcare Week 2021: Celebrating Coastcare in the Moreton Bay Ramsar Wetland

Coastcarers dedicate significant time and effort undertaking dune protection, revegetating native coastal environments and protecting sensitive coastal habitats. Healthy Land and Water is working with local Coastcare groups to help protect the Moreton Bay Ramsar Wetland, internationally recognised for its biodiversity and ecological significance. We recently chatted to some of these Coastcarers, and would like […]

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