Listen to the work taking place in the world of natural resource management. The Ripple Effect is Fitzroy Basin Association's exclusive podcast. In season 1, we take to the skies to see how helicopters are a part of pest control, travel to watery depths in Yeppoon to reassess marine debris and discover a native sanctuary hiding in amongst industry in Gladstone.
Regenerating landscapes and minds
Regenerative agriculture is connecting landholders, extension staff and technical experts to achieve impressive environmental outcomes....
Ecological outcomes = economic income
Regenerative agriculture is creating positive ecological, as well as economic, outcomes for landholders across central Queensland....
Harvesting sunshine and gravity
Are you working with or against the natural features of your property?
FBA speaks with Stuart Andrews of Tarwyn Park Training...
Planting trees and removing weeds
Planting a single tree is the easiest legacy any human can make. A tree can last centuries, produce oxygen and improve human wellbeing....
Boats, beaches and bottle art - cleaning up human collateral
Marine Debris, a mixture of words that juxtapose each other. Marine: beautiful, natural; and debris - litter, ugly. Across CQ, groups...
Pesky Pigs, Feral Foxes, Troublesome Toads
Queensland has a multitude of pest species - from the cane toad, to feral pigs, cats, dogs and foxes. Fitzroy Basin Association...