Cape York Natural Resource Management

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2015-06 Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report: 2014-2015

This was the fifth annual community report released by Cape York Natural Resource Managment. The 2014-2015 time period saw the organisation mature, delivering on all of it's Regional Investment Strategy priorities. The organisation also secured more than $4 million in Natural Resource Management funding for the Cape York region and announced that they would distribute $462 838 across 16 organisations for Cape York land and sea management projects that are part of the Australian Government's National Landcare Programme. Despite aspects of change and uncertainty in the then future, Cape York Natural Resource Management continued to build on successful community engagement, partnership and delivery. Changes to the business model were made by employing specialist staff to expand on property level planning while still mainting one of the Nation's highest levels of investment. The annual report is further compacted from it's predecessors including only a Chariman's report, CEO's report, Board report, Operations Report, and Community Financial Report.

Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report: 2014-2015 Corporate Document
2011-06 Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report: 2010-2011

This is the first annual community report released by Cape York Natural Resource Management and outlines the achievements and changes that the organisation underwent throughout the 2010-2011 period. During this period the company saw changes in staff with the resignation of Don DeBusch from Director for Indigineous Sector Zone 3 on the board, instead joining Cape York Natural Resource Management in the role of Indigineous Engagement Officer. The year also saw the joining of Peta-Marie Stadnley as Program Manager and Janet Greenwood as executive assistant. One of the organisations greatest achievements in that time was the raising of merit among stakholders on the Cape. The annual report provides both a chairmans report and a CEO's report, as well as outlines of then current programs, the board of directors, about the company itself, the region which it operates in, as well as a final community financial report.

Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report: 2010-2011 Corporate Document
2012-06 Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report: 2011-2012

This is the second annual community report released by Cape York Natural Resource Management and outlines the achievements and changes that the organisation underwent throughout the 2011-2012 period. This second year saw the company grow exponentially with $1.3 million in grants being secured on top of the $2.5 million base level funding provided by the Commonwealth. Membership in the organisation from the previous year with well over 100 individuals involved. The board's composition saw a change with Don DeBusch's previous (Director for Indigenous Sector Zone 3) position being filled by Director Gavin Bassini and the passing of Abraham Omeenyo, Director of Indigenous Sector Zone 2. This annual report follows a similar layout to the former year's however with a specific "our funding" page included which outlines the key programs and partner organisations which were funded in the 2011-2012 financial year.  

Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report: 2011-2012 Corporate Document
2013-06 Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report: 2012-2013

This is the third annual community report released by Cape York Natural Resource Management and outlines the achievements and changes that the organisation underwent between 2012 and 2013. During this time Queensland saw a change in state goverment, and a consequental relaxation of certain legislation allowed farmers to benefit and the region to generate a plan for future agriculture. The organisation istelf worked with numerous stakeholders on the Cape York Peninsula while maintaining a politically neutral stance. Despite obstacles experienced by the oraganisation the period was successful on fronts in all endeavours. Along with a Chairmans' report, CEO's report, and a Board of Directors section the report also contains an "Our Legacy" section acknowledging the achieveements of the company since 2010. 

Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report:2012-2013 Corporate Document
2016-04 A water quality improvement plan for Western Cape York Peninsula: invitation to invest

This brochure outlines the plans of Cape York Natural Resource Management with regards to developing nine Water Quality Improvement Plans for the 9 drainage basins on western Cape York Peninsula. Each of the 9 Water Quality Improvement Plans were to consist of four freshwater asset reports, four marine asset reports, and a single major land use report, applying key knowledge learnt from the Great Barrier Reef Water Quality Improvement Plan. 

Cape York Natural Resource Management plans to work with a diverse number of people on the Cape York Peninsula including the general community, in kind parters, supporters in principle, regional organisations on Cape York, as well as other State and National non-government organisations. The brochure supplies important information such as the organisations business model, and intentions for the plan to potential investors for the Western Cape Water Quality Improvement Plan; the brochure provides a contact for the full plan prospectus which is also linked below. 

A water quality improvement plan for Western Cape York Peninsula: invitation to invest Corporate Document
2014-06 Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report: 2013-2014

This report of was the fourth annual community report released by Cape York Natural Resource Managment, with the 2013 to 2014 period seeing a change in the chairman of the board. 2013-2014 was a significant time in relation to planning on regional, state, and national levels while continuing to build on relationshps with the people an organisations of the Cape York Peninsula. This annual report outlines numerous achievements by Cape York Natural Resource Mangement such as celebrating the organisation's inaugural Conservation and Land Management Award and continuing a non-partisan approach to issues affecting the Cape at the tie such as Wild Rivers, World Heritage and Land Use Planning. This report includes an Operations Manager's report and a compacted Community Financial Report section. 

Cape York Natural Resource Management - Annual community report: 2013-2014 Corporate Document
EKY Bubu Jalun IPA Boundary Dataset
2016-05 Great Barrier Reef Lagoon Dataset
2016-03 Cape York Fire Activity 2000-2015 Area burned by month statistics

This document contains all of the graphs for the Cape York Fire Activity area burned by months maps for the years from 2000 to 2015. The graphs demonstrate the amount of area in Hectares burned on the Cape York Peninsula on each month for each individual year from 2000 to 2015. Data is sourced from the Northern Australia Fire Information Site.

Cape York Fire Activity 2000 - 2015 Area Burned by Month Dataset
2015-01 Cape York Annual Fire Statistics 2014

Cape York Annual Fire statistics by month for 2014. Mapping is provided by CYSF to inform that mapping presented on the Northern Australia Fire Information site. 

Cape York Annual Fire Statistics 2014 Map

Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd is a registered charity and not-for-profit organisation, that works with individuals, groups and communities across Cape York to care for Country through natural and cultural resource management activities.

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