Archives for March 2015

5000 seedlings in the ground at Racecourse Mill

Phase two of a major wetland restoration project near Racecourse Mill is underway. More than 3000 endemic species seedlings have been planted in the last two weeks, with another 2000 to come by the end of April, bringing the total count on the site to more than 5000.

Bayer CropScience commits to cane innovation

Bayer CropScience has reinforced a strong commitment to Australian sugarcane innovation and sustainable production, announcing ongoing support to Project Catalyst Australia at the annual Growers Forum in Townsville this month (March, 2015).

Sharing Our Stories: John and Phil Deguara

PROJECT CATALYST
John and Phil Deguara are part of a group forward-thinking farmers in our region who are making changes to make a difference – click on the link to hear their story.

Sharing Our Stories: Scott Simpson

PROJECT CATALYST: SHARING OUR STORIES
Scott Simpson is part of a group forward-thinking farmers in our region who are making changes to make a difference – click on the link to hear his story.

Sharing Our Stories: Rob Sluggett

PROJECT CATALYST | Cane farmers are improving water quality to help protect the Great Barrier Reef. Featured Trial: Rob Sluggett (Mackay Whitsunday region). Under the Project Catalyst program, cane farmers in catchment areas adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef are supported to make changes to reduce nutrient, fertiliser and pollutant runoff. To date, 78 innovation […]

Introducing Reef Catchments

Click here to find out more about Reef Catchments role in the Mackay Whitsunday Isaac region, and the wide range of Natural Resource Management projects and on-ground works currently underway.

Sharing Our Stories: Gerry Deguara

Under the Project Catalyst program, cane farmers in catchment areas adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef are working hard to make changes to reduce nutrient, fertiliser and pollutant runoff.
Click here to hear their stories.