Project Panel and Consortium

Tackling erosion and improving land management from the ground up

Project Panel and Consortium

NQ Dry Tropics Landholders Driving Change

Consortium

NQ Dry Tropics worked with a consortium of partner organisations to develop the program design for Landholders Driving Change. The consortium provided expertise in grazing land management, landholder extension and engagement, water quality science, social science, gully remediation, monitoring and evaluation, and program governance. The consortium partners are: AgForce, Alluvium, Bowen and Collinsville Landcare Group, C20 Consulting, CSIRO, Eberhard Consulting, Greening Australia, Griffith University, James Cook University, Natural Decisions, Resource Consulting Services, Reef Alliance/Queensland Farmers’ Federation, River Consulting, and Verterra.

Project Panel

MEMBERS of the LDC panel are:

  • Bob Harris, Agforce Member;
  • Buster O’Loughlin, Exevale Station;
  • Garlone Moulin, Mt Pleasant Station;
  • Tom Murphy, Tabletop Station;
  • Jessie Gooding, Mt Aberdeen Station;
  • Bristow Hughes, Strathalbyn Station;
  • Jane Waterhouse, Principal Scientist;
  • Christian Roth, Technical Science representative;
  • Brigid Nelson, DAF representative;
  • Andrew Willcox, Whitsunday Regional Council;
  • Meghan Blackburn, Office of Great Barrier Reef;
  • Scott Crawford, NQ Dry Tropics.

The LDC project also benefits from collaboration with the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF), CSIRO, JCU, TropWATER and Glencore.

NQ Dry Tropics Landholders Driving Change

Tackling erosion and improving land management from the ground up

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