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State-wide commitment to First Nations

We are excited to announce that Healthy Land and Water is part of a collective commitment made by all Natural Resource Management (NRM) groups across Queensland supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engagement and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage through the formalisation of the “Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Participation Principles of Practice”. It is the first […]

Protecting quolls from extinction

The Community Sustainability Action grants are providing $18 million over six years to eligible community groups and individuals for innovative projects which seek to address climate change, conserve Queensland’s natural and built environment and protect our unique wildlife. Organisations including QuollSA and the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland received grant funding under the grants program […]

Caring for Country on Guwawenewa (Goat Island)

Pictured L -R: QYAC rangers and Healthy Land and Water staff arrive at Goat Island, a coral cay in Moreton Bay.   The Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC) and the Quandamooka Aboriginal Land and Sea Management Agency are leading restoration works on Guwawenewa (goo-wah-wey-ne-wah) – Goat Island caring for country and restoring this beautiful island. […]

How butterflies are helping determine the health of our region

Did you know butterflies are considered indicators of environmental health and Brisbane has approximately 160 known butterfly species? An abundance of butterflies signals good environmental condition while declining numbers may be a sign of problems with consequences for other wildlife. Brisbane Catchments Network’s Biodiversity Strategy was the trigger to initiate a census of our city’s […]

How healthy is South East Queensland? About the region’s robust Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program

The results of our extensive monitoring program across South East Queensland were released on 5 November 2000, representing the culmination of twelve months of rigorous scientific monitoring at 312 freshwater, estuarine, marine, and event sites across the region. For the last 20 years, results for South East Queensland have been communicated annually through the Healthy […]

Preserving Quandamooka Country through collaboration

We are pleased to announce that the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC) and Healthy Land and Water have renewed their strong commitment to work together during a special ceremony, marked at the re-signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the groups. QYAC and Healthy Land and Water work collaboratively on many environmental projects, and […]

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