The latest issue of the CodLine newsletter can now be downloaded here in full colour.
Issue 28 is packed full of articles about a diverse array of natural resource management issues in the Mary River Catchment.
Thanks to Sunshine Coast Council for providing some funding to produce CodLine. Thank … Continue reading
The MRCCC’s Annual General Meeting held on Tuesday 20th October was attended by over 50 people travelling from as far afield as the Gold Coast and Bundaberg. MRCCC Delegates and guests heard reports from the MRCCC staff about the range of projects underway throughout the Mary River Catchment.
The meeting was … Continue reading
Click on the link to download a full colour version of CodLINE 2015 packed full of articles and news from the Mary River Catchment!!
Happy reading from the CodLine team!
A fish caught recently in the Mary River near Tiaro was positively identified as the pest fish Tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus).
A further investigation of the Tiaro reach of the river by MRCCC’s Chris Rosin and Chris Mangold discovered hundreds of Tilapia in the Mary River. Tilapia are in the … Continue reading
The MRCCC has coordinated a Waterwatch Program in the Mary River Catchment for more than a decade. The Waterwatch networks now include the Mary River and tributaries in the Upper Mary, Kenilworth, Gympie, Gympie East, Widgee-Wide Bay, Tiaro, Maryborough and Munna Creek subcatchments.
Currently, 98 volunteers undertake monthly water quality monitoring … Continue reading
Click on the following link to download the Grazing Land Types of the Gympie District
Reef Program, Grazing Lands (formerly known as Reef Rescue #2)
Graziers within the Mary River catchment can now access a new round of Reef Program (Reef Rescue #2) funding. The Burnett-Mary Reef Partnership Program, which MRCCC is a partner, successfully accessed 3 years of funding from the Reef Program commencing … Continue reading