NRM Fact Sheets

Facts at a glance...

South West NRM Ltd has produced a number of fact sheets covering a variety of subject matter. There is information ranging from the funding options the company offers to the threat that weeds such as Coral Cactus pose to the South West Queensland region.


Background
The seven existing Collaborative Area Management or ‘cluster’ groups  were formed as part of a South West NRM (SWNRM), QLD state government funded initiative....

Biology & ecology: Feral cats live, hunt and reproduce in the wild. They are the same species as domestic cats but differ in how and where they live rather than any true biological differences...

 Feral Pig Control Methods and Fact Sheets from Pest Smart

Stage 1 ‐ Control erosion on major property waterway & around dam by‐washes by fencing 3 km section adjacent the waterway. 3 additional water points need to be established external to the...

Establish a staged project commencing with 16km of cattle fencing located in Bush Paddock on Mt Elliott, subdividing areas used consistently for rotational grazing, from areas of Brigalow / Belah...

This project will divide a north eastern paddock (Plain Paddock) consisting of 1942 ha into approx. 4 x 485 ha sheep proof (hinge joint) paddocks, producing grazing cells, which can more easily be...

The “Gumahah” project will fund fencing material to set up paddocks to allow Rick Gardiner, South West NRM and the Learning Group to investigate the effects of planned grazing in the...

"Woolly Paddock" has been divided in two separate sections through the construction of a fence which the owners of Amaroo have constructed through their own funds.  This will allow...

“Rosscoe Downs” is in a natural migration pathway for kangaroos and goats, has excellent pastures and permanent water from artificial watering sources and few predators. This project...

The project is to install three water tanks and six troughs into six paddocks to allow high density stocking. The entire property is currently under rotational grazing with around 3000-4000 sheep...

 

Queensland Government

RLF Programme

National Landcare Programme