Gully Erosion in the Fitzroy Basin – case studies


Gully Erosion in the Fitzroy Basin

Erosion from gullies is considered one of the greatest risks to the health of the Great Barrier Reef. Through funding from the Australian Government's Reef Program, Fitzroy Basin Association Inc. (FBA) has worked with graziers across the region to repair gullies using innovative approaches. FBA has worked with six graziers with actively eroding gullies, located in high risk sediment areas identified through FBA's Sediment Risk Mapping, to complete site specific gully erosion projects in our region. Follow their journey and hear how they went about repairing gullies on their properties.


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Gully Erosion in the Fitzroy Basin - 12 months on

Erosion from gullies is considered one of the greatest risks to the health of the Great Barrier Reef. Through funding from the Australian Government's Reef Program, Fitzroy Basin Association has worked with graziers in high risk sediment areas to implement individually tailored remediation works. 12 months on, we revisit 3 landholders to find out how their erosion sites are recovering, how restoration works have withstood rain events and what they've achieved for their property and future.


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