Resources for Physical Environment
Central Highlands Resources and Planning Cooperative
CHRRUP is an independent community-owned organisation dedicated to increasing the sustainability of natural resources through improving practices of use and management. From its inception as a research project in 1997, CHRRUP was established in 2001 and continues the work by promoting the use of best practices in resource management.
A strong focus on working with investment partners (regional groups, Australian and Queensland Governments) to deliver on ground results has provided CHRRUP with skills and capabilities to undertake a wide range of work on a consultancy basis.
CHRRUP’s mission to work proactively with regional communities, enterprises and industries to foster natural resource management that supports the sustainability of the Central Highlands region embodies our core values of independence, practicality, partnerships, and collaboration.
The QLD Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) implement policies and programs to ensure that Australia’s agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries remain competitive, profitable and sustainable. They provide support to farmers affected by natural disasters as well as valuable information and advice on topics such as disaster recovery and sustainable farming.
QLD Government: Disasters and emergencies
The Queensland State Government offers support, information and financial assistance in the event of a disaster or emergency.