We are the Community.
This group exists because people in the Mitchell River catchment have put their energy and resources into it.
The group is guided by a Committee of Management and follows constituted rules. Annual elections of officers ensure that the group is always responsive to the needs of people in the catchment.
Membership is open.
We invite anyone living in the catchment, or closely related to it, to become a member.
Use the Online Payment in the sidebar (to the right on this page)
You can also post the form with your subscription fee or bring it to the next meeting. The membership fee is AUD$10.00 per year or AUD$40.00 for three years for individuals or incorporated entities. Membership is payable by cheque, direct deposit, postal order or in person by cash at our Mareeba office or at any meeting.
Management Committee: 2016-17
- Chair: Ian Adcock
- Vice-Chair: Bill Bray
- Treasurer: (Finance Officer, Cheryl Emmerson)
- Secretary: John Brisbin
- Committee: Allan Holmes, Bill Sokolich
- John Brisbin, firstname.lastname@example.org (0407 471 565)
- Pam Schultz, Project Officer, volunteer Coordinator, email@example.com
Major Supporters and collaborators
Over the years we have enjoyed excellent funding and collaborating partnerships with many organisations. Of special note:
Kowanyama Aboriginal Land & Natural Resource Management Office
Where it all started: the folks behind the KALNRMO also set the wheels in motion for the formation of our group.
Cape York Weeds & Feral Animals
A community-run non-profit group with terrific expertise in weeds and feral animal control. We always look forward to running projects with CYWAFA.
Cape York NRM
Our supportive Regional NRM body in the northern reaches of the catchment.
Northern Gulf Natural Resource Management Group
Community-led Regional NRM body that includes the southern reaches of the catchment.
Mareeba Shire Council and Cook Shire Council
We 're very pleased to work closely with MSC and Cook Shire on issues that affect teh quality of our natural heritage in the region.