Did You Catch Our Webinar "Hunt For The Gastric Brooding Frog"

Why do scientist think the extinct Northern Gastric Brooding Frog may still be found in the warm waters of Urannah Creek, west of Mackay? If you missed our webinar on this unique creature to our region, the Northern Gastric Brooding Frog, click below.

Another reason we need to band together as a community to #SaveUrannah 

 

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Send A Submission Opposing the Urannah Dam Project

The Queensland Government is still taking submissions for the URANNAH DAM PROJECT until the 29th of January 2021.
Submitting the reasons that you oppose the Urannah dam is an important step to ensure that the proponent appropriately examines and address the project's potential direct and indirect environmental, social and economic impacts.
It is a powerful way to have your say in our democratic process and a way to have your voice heard. 
We have made it really easy for YOU to have your say by completing our easy-to-do submission form.
Click the button below and simply enter your name and address and away you go!
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Hunt for the Gastric Brooding Frog - 16 Dec 2020

Limited places are still available for this exciting presentation from two of Australia's leading frog experts. They will talk about efforts to find the extinct Northern Gastric Brooding Frog and bring the Southern one back from extinction.

You can join us in person at the Mackay Environment Centre, or online via Zoom. (Wed 16 Dec 2020. 5.30pm Qld/6.30pm Daylight Saving)

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Proposed $2.9bn Urannah dam in Queensland could return as little as 26c per dollar

The dam’s benefits have been overstated and the business case does not take environmental costs into account, economist says

The Urannah dam project near Mackay has been supported by about $15m in federal grants since 2016. New economic analysis has questioned the value of the proposed 1.5 trillion-litre dam.

A 1.5 trillion-litre north Queensland dam proposal backed by both the federal and state governments could return as little as 26c for every dollar invested, an economic analysis has found.

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Urannah Volunteers Needed

We're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help with our Urannah Campaign. There are lots of things to do to ensure that Urannah Creek is protected from the crazy dam that has been proposed yet again. Over the past fifty years, the dam has been rejected more than 17 times because it makes no economic sense. Now the federal government has sponsored another feasibility study. We need volunteers to help us ensure this dam does not proceed.

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