Resources for Groups and Individuals
Most people who get involved in conservation want to do something that they have seen making a difference. The most common activities include tree planting, weed removal, fencing off sensitive areas and rubbish cleanups. People wanting to volunteer can do so with many of the local Community Groups. However, many individuals or groups may want to secure their own funding to help them undertake rehabilitation and protection works. Some ideas on where to look for funding opportunities for groups and individuals are at this link.
Information for Groups
- Workplace Health and Safety
- MERI and Reporting
- Qld Legislation and policy's affecting the coast
On-Ground Works Guidelines
- Rehabilitating a Dune
- Native grasses for revegetation
- Vehicle Beach Ladders
- Maintaining a Vehicle Beach Ladder (YouTube video)
- Rehabilitating Wetlands
- Weed Control
- Feral Pig Control
- Wild Dog Control
- Fish Barrier Assessment and Restoration
- Google Earth Training
- Dept. Environment & Heritage Protection Beach Technical Series
This is a legacy website. Content is not being updated but is kept as an archive.
Updated NRM information is now held in the NQ Dry Tropics NRM Information Portal at http://nrm.nqdrytropics.com.au/.
while corporate information about NQ Dry Tropics is held on our main website at http://www.nqdrytropics.com.au