The Grit April 2019

ISSUE 11 – APRIL, 2019 LDC has a new leader This month support his wife in a career move to NSW. The project team wishes Andrew and his family all Lisa Hutchinson the best. l  Special feature: Grazier Support Program - P4,5 l  New Facebook group - P3 l  Reef regs: have your say - P2 l  Engaging with non-grazing managers - P2 ISA Hutchinson is the new LDC L Andrew project manager. Yates resigned to NQ Dry Tropics leads the way cross L is a EVERAGING team collaboration no-brainer, it leads to deeper insights, fresher perspectives and delivers results. Staff from our LDC and Sustainable Agriculture teams teamed up with Darryl Hill to deliver erosion control training at multiple sites across the BBB. Pictured: Darryl Hill and NQDT’s Sustainable Ag grazing field officer Eilis Walker. Want to trial an idea? Here’s your chance ant to trial something W on your property? Up to $40,000 per enterprise is available to help make your business more resilient while improving the quality of water leaving your property. GR NE AN W T!