December 2019 | Landholders Driving Change
Cultural survey

Cultural survey

Pictured are (from left) North Queensland Cultural Heritage’s Michele Bird, LDC project manager Lisa Hutchinson, Birriah cultural officer Algon Walsh and Glen Bowen Station owner Christian Cormack. A cultural heritage survey and impact assessment was completed...
Glen Bowen work begins

Glen Bowen work begins

Work begins at Glen Bowen Station large-scale gully remediation WORK has started at Glen Bowen Station, the LDC’s second large-scale gully remediation site.  Machinery was mobilised in November, and earthworks are expected to be completed by mid-December.  Neilly...
Regulations info

Regulations info

COLLECTIVE THINKING… Working with sheets of butchers’ paper are (from left): Glenlea Downs grazier Peter Anderson, Mt Pleasant Station grazier and Landholders Driving Change Steering Panel member Garlone Moulin, and Glenalpine Station grazier Leanne...
Christmas catch-ups

Christmas catch-ups

End Of Year Catch upsCATCHMENT catch ups are being held across the BBB in December. Check out the dates and venues, we’d love to see you.Catchment catch up dates:Wednesday, 4 December 11am – 2pm Inkerman Shop  (lunch provided).Wednesday, 4 December 4-7pm Gumlu...
Leadership program

Leadership program

Register for the leadership programREGISTRATION is now open for the Landholders Driving Change Leadership program.  It has been developed specifically for graziers in the Bowen and Collinsville region.Spearheaded by LDC project manager Lisa Hutchinson, the aim of the...
Scottville success

Scottville success

Scoping the work to be done at remediation sites. This one is at John Robinson’s plot on Corduroy Creek Road. Pictured are, from left, LDC’s Matt Miles, Barry Collett, Queensland Solar Maintenance, Graham Gordon, Two Mile, DAF’s Bob Shepherd,...