Flood Recovery project helps protect waterways near Taroom
Ben Adams talks about a flood recovery project he completed which helped him replace fencing used to better manage stock access to sensitive river bank areas. Lengths of fencing was washed away in flooding experienced in central Queensland, which had the potential to seriously set-back management techniques that were benefiting the grazier and the environment, by reducing erosion. By working with his regional natural resource management group, Fitzroy Basin Association, Ben was able to access flood recovery funding provided by Queensland and Australian Government's that meant he could afford to replace damaged fences much quicker.
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