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Climate Change Workshop with MWI Traditional Owners

Reef Catchments joined with with CSIRO, BOM and the National Environmental Science Program (NESP) Earth Systems and Climate ...
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Local farmers help Coca-Cola to meet its goal

Project Catalyst growers from Queensland have helped Coco-Cola, one of the world’s largest multinational companies, track towards vital ...

Launch of first report card for Mackay-Whitsunday Waterway Health

Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership Panel members, from left: Matthew Fullerton (Department of Environment and Heritage Protection), Katrina ...
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Morning of fun for young coastcarers

More than 220 people took part in a morning of Coastcare fun and learned more at Bucasia in ...
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Kids and barra make a splash at Reef Catchments Family Fishing Fun Day

Linsi and Emmy Satinie More than 140 eager young anglers and their families enjoyed a day of fish ...
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Reef Catchments announces successful projects for $135,000 of NLP funding

Successful funding recipients are all smiles, from left Janice and Graham Armstrong (Chair, Whitsunday Catchment Landcare) with Jacki ...
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Mackay welcomes leading soil celebrity at the Soil Health Symposium

One of Australia’s most renowned soil scientists, Dr Maarten Stapper, was a key speaker at the Soil Health ...
Large group of people at a beach cleanup.

Coastcare volunteers winning over weeds

Saturday, 14 November saw more than 30 eager Coastcare volunteers heading down to Bucasia Beach to help rehabilitate ...

Mackay fish face serious transit challenges

https://youtu.be/-30sRC-ko0Y Stefanie Wabnik, Reef Catchments Coasts and Biodiversity coordinator, and Matt Moore from Catchment Solutions take a look ...

1000 barra fingerlings ready to make a splash at Reef Catchments Family Fishing Fun Day

With hundreds of baby Barra headed to Mackay, Mackay families have an exciting opportunity to take part in ...
Matt Moore and rocks.

Botanic Gardens works improve life for local fish

Catchment Solutions Matt Moore and Reef Catchments Manager Katrina Dent with Mackay Regional Parks and Environment Councillor Theresa ...
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Mackay-Whitsunday region set to receive first waterway health report card

Coastal communities have a strong and enduring connection with their waterways. A new report card specific for the ...