Regional Natural Resource Management Plan
The Regional NRM Plan for the Border Rivers and Maranoa-Balonne catchments seeks to ensure social, economic and environmental values are balanced so the broader community’s long term vision for a sustainable future is achieved.
This has been the vision for the Plan since it was first developed by the community in 2004. It has, however, never been more relevant than now – as our work towards sustainability will position the region’s response to the challenges posed by climate change.
The plan aims to:
- improve the health of the region’s soil and water
- improve the health of the rivers, wetland and floodplains
- protect native plants and animals
- protect cultural heritage
- increase community capacity, and
- reduce the threat of weeds and pest animals.
To find out more - watch our film here.
‘Our Future Plan’ is available on our plan's website or by emailing: email@example.com or calling 07 4637 6200.
Murray-Darling Native Fish Forum
23 August 2017
You are invited to attend the 2017 Murray-Darling Basin Native Fish Forum, on Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th August 2017 at the National Convention Centre, Canberra The theme of this year's forum is Fish, Flows, Habitat… + read more
Tree planting - St Mary's School Goondiwindi
15 September 2017
A mass tree planting by St Mary’s School students and Goondiwindi Regional Council (GRC) as part of a lesson on the importance of creating native habitat in town areas. QMDC’s guest speakers will lead a discussion… + read more
International Talk Like a Pirate Day
19 September 2017
Ahoy! If you need a little help with the lingo while cursing ... oops, complimenting ... your friends and colleagues today ... read more here: http://talklikeapirate.com/wordpress/how-to/for-further-study/. + read more