Welcome to Desert Channels Queensland - Caring for the Queensland section of the Lake Eyre Basin

Stamford Field Day


Break out of your Prickly Acacia problem at our ‘shed the shackles’ field day at the old school in Stamford, Wednesday, 31st October from 9:30 to 3:00. REGISTER HERE

It’s about:

  • understanding the opportunities to control Prickly Acacia using the new regulatory tools
  • unlocking dramatic savings and efficiencies in Prickly Acacia control

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Seeking Board Members


Desert Channels Queensland is seeking three knowledgeable, connected, motivated and passionate people (Chair and two directors) to guide the organisation for the next three years.  If you think you’re the person for the job, click here for more information.

If you’re passionately committed to sustainable natural resource management and capacity building in the region, and can work collaboratively to ensure that the strategic NRM interests of the region are delivered, then you might be the person for us.  Sound like you?  Click here.

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We’re celebrating!


The Sesbania field day was a great success.   We celebrated 3 years of incredible advances in our fight to eradicate Prickly Acacia, including an 8-fold efficiency increase, 10-fold cost reduction, 99.96% kill rate, 8-fold grass cover increase, and a 15-fold grass biomass increase.

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