Cape York Natural Resource Management
Catalogued Resources on Cape York NRM Maps & Data
|2011-06||Healthy Country 6: Cape York Annual General Meeting and Community Forum||
This is the 6th edition of the Cape York Healthy Country Newsletter released by Cape York Natural Resource Management only a month after the October edition. This issue looks at a three year carbon project initiated in late 2011 by NAILSMA which focussed on landscape scale emissions reductions on the Western Cape York Peninsula, central Arnhem Land, the Gulf of Carpentaria and the Kimberley Region of Western Australia. An article written by Program Manager Peta-Marie Standley outlines the then recent achievements of the organisation within the Cape York Peninsula. Smaller articles on the Cape York Water Forum and Ranger Conference and the pharmacological investigation of WIK phytomedicines can be found towards of the end of the Newsletter.
|2011-04||Healthy Country 2: Getting it Right for the Future||
This is the second edition of Cape York Natural Resource Mangement's Cape York Healthy Country Newsletter. This issue contains articles directed at the People of Cape York such as the United Nation's Rights of Indigenous People, the appointment of a Regional Landcare Facilitator, a discussion on the Queensland goverment's consieration of World Heritage areas for Cape York, along side what was happening in the region at the time such as the Cape York Sustainable Futures open forum in Lakeland.
|2011-03||Healthy Country 1: Cape York NRM Calls For Members||
This is the first edition of Cape York Natural Resource Mangement's Cape York Healthy Country Newsletter. The edition contains a message to the people of Cape York from the Chairman of the Board of Directors at the time, Joseph Elu and the CEO, Bob Frazer explaining how the Newsletter seeked to provide a stream of knowledge related to NRM, Governance and working towards a healthy country. The Newsletter also contains an article about the formation of Cape York Natural Resource Management; the last of 56 legal bodies to be set up across Australia and the then future aims of the organisation.
|2010-01||The NRM Spatial Hub - Flyer||
This flyer published in 2010 explains the NRM Spatial Hub, colloquially reffered to as "The Hub". The purpose of the Hub was to provide land managers with the systems, tools, data, and skills they might needs to improve access property-scale information. Land managers of all types can use the Hub to analyse the condition of their land and changes with time along with other GIS data such as storm paths, fire scars, and indications of floral biomass. The flyer gives in two pages a concise and comprehenseive overview of the NRM Spatial Hub. The NRM Spatial Hub can be accessed at this address: http://www.nrmhub.com.au/
|EKY Bubu Jalun IPA Boundary||Dataset|