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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...

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...

BRICKWORK

Landholders from Muttaburra to Windorah, Boulia and Urandangi have been working on improving degraded country, and stopping erosion. With workshops and demonstrations funded by the Australia Government’s National Landcare, and Sustainable Agriculture Programs the...

IS DIESEL BECOMING A THING OF THE PAST?

For those of you who, like us, spend huge amounts of time and money on spraying weeds, you will be well aware of the issues, costs and benefits of using diesel when basal bark spraying chemicals onto weeds. The increased cost of diesel, along with its health and...

KOALA: A WELCOME RETURN…

When you think of our region, well named the Desert Channels Region, you don’t normally associate it with some of our more coastal plants and animals due to our low rainfall and large area of desert country. But in the north of our region, we have hills, and trees and...