BOOBOOK Consulting was engaged by South West NRM to carry out an ecological assessment of Mt Tabor property on behalf of the Bidjara traditional owners. Following a desktop assessment of documented values, the property was visited by three BOOBOOK staff during the period 8-12...
The use of Acacia aneura F. Muell (mulga) for fodder purposes has been undertaken in south west Queensland for many decades.  This practice allows land managers to feed stock at times when native perennial grasses, or in some cases non indigenous grasses, are reduced or...
The Charleville Botanical Reserve is an area of approximately 2200 hectares, situated within the Murweh Shire and lying 15 kilometres south of Charleville, as shown in Figure 1. Previously used for grazing as part of the Town Common and as a holding area for stock awaiting...
A booklet by Greg L. Siepen of the School of Natural and Rural Systems Management, in Gatton's University of Queensland, on the topic of advancing on-ground conservation, specifically landholder views and perceptions.
The management of the State's stock route network is undertaken by Local Government in accordance with the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002. This Act is now the primary legislative mechanism for the control and management of travelling stock and the...
This report covers the first year's work of a 2.5 year project which is centred on theMulgalands Biogeographic Region in south west Queensland.
Details of a program to aid in monitoring the vegetation of mulgaland national parks.

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