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Desert Channels Queensland - $500,000 to continue their prickly acacia control program.
A major regionalisation for federal funding is the Desert Channels Queensland natural resource management region (Figure 4).
One of the recognised strengths of Desert Channels Queensland was its recognition as a single, joint natural resource management 'regional body' under federal-State agreements.
This fragility can be seen in the case of two largest regional bodies: Desert Channels Queensland and RAPAD.
In recent years it has supported greater alignment and cooperation between regional initiatives, including through a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Desert Channels Queensland with respect to communication, clarity of roles and the external benefits of articulating a 'collective regional voice' (RAPAD & DCQ 2004).
The Palaszczuk Government is investing $600,000 into a project run by Desert Channels Queensland to improve the quality of the regions land resources.
Minister for State Development and Minister for Natural Resources and Mines Dr Anthony Lynham today announced funding for the strategic project to be carried out by Desert Channels Queensland will improve the quality of the regions land and water resources.
The $600,000 funding will allow Desert Channels Queensland to invest in stage two of their Prickly Acacia Control Program to reduce this weed of national significance to improve and restore our precious land, he said.
Dr Lynham said the $600,000 funding to Desert Channels Queensland was part of the $8 million provided by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines (DNRM) to support the Natural Resource Management Investment Program for the 2016-17 financial year.
Desert Channels Queensland will receive $600,000 for stage two of their Prickly Acacia Control Program.
Southern Downs Regional Council, South West NRM Ltd, Goondiwindi Regional Council, Maranoa Regional Council, Quilpie Shire Council, Central Western Queensland Remote Area Planning and Development Board, Desert Channels Queensland.
Desert Channels Queensland (DCQ) has begun using a new unmanned drone helicopter to control the spread of weeds in western Queensland, Mr Cripps said.