Welcome to Southern Gulf NRM’s e-newsletter, updating you on natural resource management events and activities for the Southern Gulf Region. 
In this issue:

A new future for natural resource management in the Southern Gulf region

Southern Gulf NRM Annual General Meeting - Cloncurry

What is the E-Beef Project?

War on Western Weeds: Prickly Acacia
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A new future for natural resource management in the Southern Gulf region

After extensive evaluation and consultation, the Board of Directors of Southern Gulf NRM Ltd has decided to recommend to members that the company merge with NQ Dry Tropics Ltd.  Click on these links for more information about this important decision that will secure the future for natural resource management in the Southern Gulf region.  Members are urged to attend the annual general meeting in Cloncurry on 26 November to vote on the proposal.

Merger Information Flyer 


For more information please contact our office on (07) 47 43 1888
Southern Gulf NRM and NQ Dry Tropics Merger Video Production
A Reminder to Southern Gulf NRM Members  

Could you please RSVP by 18 November if you are attending the Annual General Meeting in Cloncurry on 26 November.  Members are urged to allocate a proxy vote if they are unable to attend.

RSVP by Monday 18 November 2019 

What is the E-Beef Project about?

Southern Gulf NRM, Desert Channels Queensland and Northern Gulf Resource Management Group have created a series of short videos explaining the goals of the three-year E-Beef Project. Watch this space every Tuesday to find out how our producers are utilising the latest technology and how it could benefit you or someone you know.

The E-Beef Project is a partnership between Southern Gulf NRM, Desert Channels Queensland, Northern Gulf Resource Management Group and Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

Funding for the Project is from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program and the Queensland Government Drought and Climate Adaptation Program.

War on Western Weeds: Prickly Acacia

The War on Western Weeds (WoWW) initiative contributes to reducing the incidence and spread of prickly acacia and bellyache bush in western Queensland through improved weed management, research and training.

Click on the link below to learn more about the War on Western Weeds initiative: 
Refining new tools and approaches

Improved biosecurity systems  

Exploring biological control opportunities
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