NESP TWQ Project 4.3 NESP TWQ empowers Great Barrier Reef Traditional Owners to attend restoration workshop
NESP TWQ Project 4.3 Reef Restoration and Leadership Workshop, Orpheus Island Nov 2019
NESP TWQ Project 3.1.7 Rehabilitating alluvial gullies for improved Great Barrier Reef water quality
NESP TWQ Project 3.1.2 Improving the efficiency of automated sugarcane irrigation in the Burdekin
NESP TWQ Project 2.1.4 Water Quality and the Great Barrier Reef
NESP TWQ Project 4.10 Finding the value of constructed wetlands in Great Barrier Reef catchments
NESP TWQ Project 4.12 Creative Collective Solutions (CCS)
NESP TWQ Project 2.1.9 Dredging
Project 25: CANEGROWERS Environment Board tour
NESP TWQ Project 3.2.4 Aesthetics Workshop
NESP TWQ Project 3.1.2 James Cook University grower tour
NESP TWQ Project 2.3.3 Water is Our Life
New technology designed to monitor marine stingers along our coastline, has been deployed
24 October 2016
‘Stinger cams’ are now operational at Yorkey’s Knob, as part of a wider initiative to monitor Irukandji jellyfish across the Northern Beaches.
21 October 2016
Stinger cameras are being installed on Far Northern beaches to protect swimmers this jellyfish season.
Cutting cane in the Beautiful Burdekin
10 September 2016
A short video produced by Farmacist (project partner) about Project 2.1.8: Improved Water Quality Outcomes from On-Farm Nitrogen Management led by Prof Mike Bell.
Project 25: Scientists and Farmers working together for the future of Great Barrier Reef Water Qual (Project 2.1.7)
14 July 2016
Monitoring and improving water quality in the runoff of sugar cane catchments in Far North Queensland is critical to protecting the health of the Great Barrier Reef.
The Green Army
02 August 2015
Hear from Paul about his experience in the Green Army.
The Green Army is a six-month programme for 17-24 year olds to train and work in the environment.