June 2018 | Landholders Driving Change

Catchment repair sites

LDC team is looking for catchment repair sites PROBLEM gullies are the focus of the first Landscape Remediation sites in the Landholders Driving Change project throughout the BBB catchment. Landholders with an active gully on their property have until 10 August to...

Five Activity Areas

Five activity areas in the Landholders Driving Change Project BBB Grazier Support More than 90 per cent of land in the BBB is used for grazing. The BBB Grazier Support program aims to support local graziers with education, training, technical support and incentives to...

Laser Level to borrow

LDC has a laser level available to borrow THE LDC project now has a state-of-the-art laser level to help landholders plan and design surface water management structures. Managing the flow of water is integral to minimising erosion and enhancing grazing land...

Training opportunities

BBB graziers have many opportunities for training THE list of training opportunities available to landholders in the Bowen, Broken, Bogie catchment area through the Landholders Driving Change project is extensive. And, even if the training you’re after is not...

BBB Gully Repair

Nominate a gully for LDC attention August BBB catchment Contact a member of the LDC team GOT an eroding gully problem? If you’re in the Bowen, Broken, Bogie catchment, you’re probably in luck. The Landholders Driving Change project team is keen to assess problem...

Washdown facility

Washdown facility ready next month THE region’s first community washdown facility is expected to open in Collinsville in July, 2018. LDC committed to fund the small vehicle community washdown facility, worth $10,000, as a result of the LDC and Burdekin Dry Tropics...