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Long term ecological monitoring trial

Here at DCQ we use drones for lots of things but one of the main things we do is to use them to take lots of overlapping pictures of a site which computers can stitch together for form one image like grandma used to do when making a quilt. Now when you have this image...

Ayrshire Downs field day

A big thank you to our hosts, the Ogg family on Ayrshire Downs, who allowed us to hold a workshop on their property this week bringing together landholders, Government Officers from the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water and DCQ to provide...

Camel herd monitoring

The data from the monitoring program for the DCQ camel heard is due to be released in April and so monitoring has recommenced now that it’s drying out a bit. The camels still have their tags tracking their movement and the heat map shows how they favour some areas of...

Spring Monitoring

Our focus at this time of the year (Feb-March) is in accessing outcomes that come with the rain and so its lots of revisits to our monitoring sites throughout the region and you will see the DCQ vehicles out and about. This year, with the rain being so widespread and...

Vale Vaughan Johnson OAM

The passing of Vaughan Johnson OAM brought a huge feeling of loss to all at DCQ As a Board Member, colleague and mate he will be greatly missed. Vaughan had an uncanny ability to remember names and faces. Walk into a pub or up the street of any western Queensland...

New spring arrivals

We have been lucky enough to undertake the final monitoring on a very special project area north of Aramac. Conceived and funded by the Queensland Government under the Natural Resources Investment Program the aspirational aim was for DCQ to develop and undertake works...