NRM Regions Australia Conference 2022

South East Queensland shone at the recently held national natural resource management (NRM) conference which was held in Margaret River in Western Australia this week. The theme for this year’s conference was ‘Resilience through Transformation’, which is a topic very close to Healthy Land & Water’s heart. Our ‘Roadmap to Resilience’ campaign was the topic […]

(EPOLA) Bill | New laws to strengthen environmental framework

A new bill has been introduced into Queensland’s parliament to ensure the state’s environmental framework remains modern by enabling greater consultation on resource projects, ensuring Environmental Impact Statements remain up-to-date, and providing early certainty on clearly unacceptable projects. This bill aims to protect our environment and support the industry by streamlining and providing greater certainty […]

Day on the Bay Long Lunch

Last month, Healthy Land & Water contributed to The Moreton Bay Foundation’s third annual Day on the Bay “long lunch” on Saturday 15 October, with a fantastic turnout of Moreton Bay stakeholders. Held at the Little Ship Club on North Stradbroke Island, tours of the UQ research facility and delicious sustainably sourced seafood were interspersed […]

Free documentary on the endangered Eastern Bristlebird released

Natura Pacific has just released a beautifully shot and informative documentary and podcast on vital work to conserve the Eastern Bristlebird that is worth a watch. It is part of Natura Pacific’s Back from the Brink series which highlights the great works by Australian scientists in animal and plant conservation. The Eastern Bristlebird episode was […]

Drought-Resilient Soils and Landscapes Project

A two-year project to make South East Queensland farms and communities more resilient to drought has been announced by peak environmental group Healthy Land & Water. Funded under the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund, the Drought Resilient Soils and Landscapes project will bring together graziers and farmers, local Landcare groups and industry partners to promote […]

National Landcare Conference 2022

Joel Bolzenius, Maddie George and Dr Di Virkki took to the stage at the recent National Landcare Conference to showcase taking a cultural approach to whole of Country strategic fire planning. The talk looked into recognising and empowering First Nations leadership in fire management.  The talk: Taking a cultural approach to whole of Country strategic fire […]

Successful grazing farm planning resilience workshop series

The Farm Business Resilience Program & associated workshops were designed to take an evidence-based approach to building the strategic management capacity of graziers to prepare and manage farm business and climate risks. The aim is to help producers improve their economic, environmental, and social resilience. The sessions provide a great opportunity for primary producers to […]

Queensland Ornithological Conference 2022

Liz Gould presented an insightful paper on Conservation challenges and opportunities at the recent Queensland Ornithological Conference. The event was co-hosted by BirdLife Southern Queensland and Birds Queensland. Healthy Land & Water sponsored the event, recognising the value in bringing together local and national experts and enthusiasts on Australian avifauna together to share and discuss […]

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