Lake Baroon Catchment Care Group and Peter Stevens – QLD

Founded in 1991 to improve water quality in the Baroon Pocket Dam, the most important source of water for the Sunshine Coast, The Lake Baroon Catchment Care Group (LBCCG) supports 34 farms covering 1,961 hectares. The LBCCG’s Agricultural, Landslide, Weed Control and Dairy Programs have improved productivity for landowners while delivering broader environmental benefits. Sustainable practices implemented by the LBCCG’s programs have included fencing and revegetation of riparian zones, the installation of alternate livestock watering points and sustainable stream crossings, erosion and land instability repair, the removal of invasive weed species, and upgrades to effluent systems, feed pads and drainage.

Lake Baroon Catchment Care Group Case Study

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