CodLine Issue 25 available to download now!

The latest issue of CodLine is now available to download in colour! Featuring news and stories from around the Mary Catchment, the CodLine has undergone a metamorphosis at the hands of Glenbo Craig, who has taken over the reins from long standing CodLine editor, Eve Witney.  The MRCCC wishes Eve … Continue reading

RipRap Edition 37: Rivers of Carbon – Rivers of Life

This edition of RipRap focuses on the multiple benefits that can be gained from river and riparian restoration. You will enjoy reading and sharing with others 70 pages packed full of wonderful science and stories about ‘the colour of living carbon’, and the opportunities carbon farming and carbon credits present … Continue reading

Land Access Information

MRCCC Land Access Presentation – April 2014

The law relating to access to rural land by Mining Companies and how it affects rural landholders.

For more information, visit the Queensland Government’s website at http://mines.industry.qld.gov.au/default.htm

 

2014 Meeting and Important Dates Schedule released

017 - CopyClick here to download a PDF of this year’s MRCCC diary dates. You can also keep informed via the ‘Events’ page in the green menu above.

New Mary River Brochure now available

The importance of riparian health is the subject of a new brochure which was launched by MRCCC Chairman, Ian Mackay, at Day 2 of the Rivercare Forum on the 22nd August 2013.  The highly informative Mary River brochure was developed by Cooran creative designer Liz Capelin as a compContinue reading

Working towards a sustainable and productive catchment

Noosa Festival of Water - Sunday 29th June

The 10th annual Noosa Festival of Water will take place on the 29th June 2014, at the Noosa Botanic Gardens, Lake Macdonald Drive, Cooroy. Last year's Festival included a Bass Fishing Competition which generated a heap of interest from fishos near and far. The Fishing Comp is on again this year with some fantastic prizes on offer from Hooked on Angling and Outdoors, Tewantin. Plus the Festival will have a top quality range of activities, entertainment and displays aimed at celebrating the special attributes of the adjacent Noosa and Great Sandy Biospheres, which make the region the most liveable place in Australia. For images of last year's Festival and Fishing Competition, go to www.facebook.com/noosafestivalofwater . The Lake Macdonald Catchment Care group gratefully acknowledges the support of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council, Noosa Council, Seqwater, the Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee, Noosa & District Landcare, Unity Water, Hooked on Angling and Outdoors, and hundreds of volunteers throughout the region who donate their time to ensure the success of the Festival every year. For more information, contact Event Coordinators Deb Seal or Dale Ricketts on 07 5482 4766 or email lakemacgroup@mrccc.org.au

Todd Fauser's Photography

Visit the Noosa Festival of Water on Sunday 29th June at the Noosa Botanic Gardens and Lake Macdonald Amphitheatre to see a display of Todd's stunning images of the Mary Catchment

In Retrospect: the Mary River

Looking back to learn about the future Gathering a raft of historical stories about the Mary River Catchment and weaving them into a riveting two part environmental history documentary is the latest offering from the Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee (MRCCC). For more information, please contact the MRCCC's Dr Tanzi Smith on 0405 848 375 or call the MRCCC Resource Centre on 07 5482 4766.
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