May 2019 | Landholders Driving Change

Biosecurity regulations

Biosecurity regulations beefed-up PEOPLE going onto a farming operation where animals are kept must now comply with the property’s biosecurity management plan when they enter or leave and while they are on the property. The amended legislation allows police and...

Meet and greet

Meet and greet for all landholders LDC, in collaboration with the Pioneer Catchment and Landcare Group and the Eungella Community Development Association, is hosting a ‘meet and greet’ at Eungella Memorial Hall (The Hub) on Saturday, 11 May. Event:   ‘Meet and Greet’...

Plan to succeed

LDC Program Manager Lisa Hutchinson, Leanne and Barry O’Sullivan, Glenalpine Station, and Mick Shannon. Restructure and fresh eyes – there’s never been a better time to get involved with the LDC I STARTED as project manager for the Landholders...

Scottville Cluster

Inspecting a series of actively eroding gullies in sodosol soils at Todsure, from left, Graham Gordon, DAF’s Bob Shepherd, Carl Groocock, LDC’s Adrienne Hall, LDC’s Matt Miles, LDC’s Rodger Walker, Leanne Groocock and Barry Collett. All the...

Financials – May

CLANCY looks at tax strategies for farms and small businesses in an article written in two parts. This month he tackles income tax and next month he will focus on capital gains tax. SMALL businesses are the engine room of our economy, representing 99 per cent of all...

NQDT newsletter

Subscribe to the quarterly NQ Dry Tropics newsletter Fantastic “before” and “after” pictures of wetlands repair in the Burdekin Highlighting the beauty hidden in beach scrub Plenty to read in the first edition NQ Dry Tropics has launched its...