Caring for country -To enable Indigenous people (including Elders, Traditional Owners, men, women, and young people) to undertake environmental work in the country that meets their aspirations for keeping their country healthy and for protecting their heritage.
Caring for Country
Protect Riparian RainforestProtection of the riparian rainforest in Granite Creek - especially the eradication of the noxious weed cat’s claw creeper using chemical control and fencing.
Looking after Bulburin NutParticipation in the recovery program for the endangered Bulburin nut (Macadamia jansenii) in collaboration with the Macadamia Conservation Trust and QPWS.
MOU NegotiationParticipation in the development of the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) and TUMRA with Queensland DERM.
Traditional Knowledge DatabaseSetting up a traditional knowledge database, including recording and interviewing elders.
Turtle ConservationParticipating in the marine turtle conservation program at Mon Repos with EPA, including nest monitoring and data collection, tagging, nest relocation, and habitat management.
Feral ManagementUndertaking pig-trapping in the Granite Creek sub-catchment and on Curtis Island in conjunction with QPWS.
Monitor Coral ReefsParticipation in boat patrols, marine animal strandings, and monitoring of coral ecosystems with QPWS.