What is Sub-Catchment Planning
Through Sub-catchment Planning (SCP) land managers work with their neighbours to identify natural resource management (NRM) issues on their land and how to best address them.
The group develops its own solutions to managing critical threats to habitat condition, soil health and riverine health across the Queensland Murray-Darling Basin.
The process aims to involve all members of a Sub-catchment area with QMDC helping the group to prepare individual property plans (as well as the overarching plan), and to identify sources of funding for activities and projects.
To find out more, read the guidelines here (pdf).
For more information contact us on email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07 4637 6200.
Mental Health First Aid…free workshop.
28 June 2017
This is a Community Initiative: Sponsored by South West Hospitals and Health Service. Who can attend a course? Any interested adult can attend, though please note this course is not for adolescents to attend. This… + read more
02 July 2017
The importance, resilience and richness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages will be the focus of national celebrations marking NAIDOC Week 2017. The 2017 theme - Our Languages Matter - aims to emphasise and… + read more
QMDC Member Meeting for the Maranoa region
06 July 2017
Our regular member meetings are a chance for you to hear about projects and activities in the Maranoa-Balonne and Border Rivers - from QMDC and our member organisations. All welcome. Where: Surat Bowls Club When: 9:30am… + read more