Natural Resource Management Program


Across the Region, Council works with a range of local organisations and community groups to help support Council’s social, environmental and economic objectives and deliver on-ground outcomes for the community.

Council’s operational Natural Resource Management (NRM) Program delivers on-ground works to manage and improve the condition of our key natural assets and green corridors. Works include a range of land management, bush regeneration and riparian restoration activities on Council land.

Key delivery partners include:

  • Multicultural Australia,
  • Jobs Queensland
  • CQUniversity (TAFE students)
  • Capricornia Catchments
  • other organisations, such as local NRM bodies and community groups on a project by project basis and
  • the local community on a workshop or events basis where appropriate.

Current project sites include:

  • Parts of the Moores Creek corridor
  • Parts of the Frenchmans Creek corridor
  • Nurim (Fraser Park) within the Mount Archer area
  • Nature reserves at Springers Lagoon and Plover Street
  • Yeppen Lagoon
  • National Tree Day planting sites and
  • Council’s Nursery.

Find out more in the NRM Program - Project Fact Sheet(PDF, 840KB)