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Ferals, weeds, and watching the borders for invasive threats.

Red Leaf Projects was engaged by the South West NRM Ltd regional body to collate, review and summarise the information relating to the water dependent iconic and threatened species and communities and water assets of the Bulloo, Paroo, Warrego and Nebine catchments of the SWNRM...
The 41 partners in the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre are proud to promote the forthcoming products developed or registered throughout their seven year funding life (2005-2012). All products have been developed with animal welfare, price, useability, target...
The new links are:   DEEDI http://www.deedi.qld.gov.au/ - you will find links to Mines and Energy in the Queensland industries box Mining and safety http://mines.industry.qld.gov.au/default.htm - links to our online services are on the right hand side of the...
The files in this collection were compiled by Peter Johnston as part of South West NRM’s Historical Research Collaboration Project Mulga Lands Information Hub project. The files and the information contained within them are not necessarily the sole work of Peter Johnston....
In the past year, our team of scientists has continued to make significant progress in delivering innovative, quality research for improved management of Queensland’s weeds and pest animals. Key achievements from our four research programs are outlined
An Australian Weeds Committee National Initiative
Biosecurity Queensland came into operation on 1 March 2007. Bringing together the biosecurity resources and functions of Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F), Department of Natural Resources and Water (NRW) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),...
The Australian continent contains a large number of endemic fish species that contribute to the relatively high and unique biodiversity of our aquatic ecosystems. This means that Australian fish fauna are vulnerable to the impacts of alien fish invasions. Several Australian...
"These audios and videos are a great reminder of what landholders and travelling farm workers should be considering when it comes to positive biosecurity practices. They provide basic tips, actions and details on where to get more information," said Chief Veterinary...
Pest Portal Under NHT’s National Feral Animal Control Program, the Bureau of Rural Sciences has supported the Pest Animal Control CRC in cooperation with the University of Canberra to develop a website on pest animals. The site aims to make information on past and current...
Biosecurity Queensland came into operation on 1 March 2007. Bringing together the biosecurity resources and functions of Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F), Department of Natural Resources and Water (NRW) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),...

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