A proven policy and service delivery partner
At QTFN, we partner with all levels of government to deliver strategic projects, conduct vital research, inform policy and maximise outcomes.
Working with local councils, State Government Departments and the Federal Government, we bring established relationships across agriculture, industry and communities combined with deep scientific expertise and a reputation in service delivery.
Over many years, we have built positive and successful relationships in local communities, electorates and amongst regional communities, grounded in cooperation, understanding and mutual benefits.
For us, it’s about helping government achieve specific biodiversity objectives for the greater good with proven efficiency and measurable outcomes.
For you, we know accountability is everything – and rigorous monitoring and reporting underpin our work, using a verifiable and certifiable environmentally accounting framework.
- Clear and concise reporting – quantification of impact that is easy to understand.
- A specialist and expert partner who can shape and deliver the projects on your behalf to meet your goals and objectives.
- Easy and effective channel to progress from policy to demonstratable and measurable, on-the-ground action and outcomes.
- A partner that is proactive, nimble and agile, with the ability to act quickly to protect land and environment.
- Facilitate and administer programs, and engage with primary producers and landholders on your behalf.
- Excellent project delivery (process management and outcome).
- Leverage and maximise co-investment to deliver greater outcomes.
Talk to us today about making policy and delivering programs for your community.
Action & Insight
QTFN is supporting another initiative funded by the Queensland Government as part of the Pilot Projects Program of the Land Restoration Fund. The World Wildlife Fund for Nature Australia’s (WWF) Protecting Threatened Species and Restoring Grazing Land project in Central Queensland is helping to kickstart the biodiversity co-benefits market in Queensland. Like our Counting the […]
Aroona Station features around 200 hectares of core habitat for the vulnerable brush-tailed rock-wallaby. In 2020, as part of our ongoing research into these unique Aroona residents, we completed our third year of breeding season monitoring programs using motion-sensitive wildlife cameras strategically positioned in known brush-tailed rock-wallaby hang outs. The monitoring program again showed Aroona […]
As the carbon offset or carbon farming market grows in its maturity, there is considerable interest in how biodiversity co-benefits can be harnessed and developed as a complementary market. QTFN’s Counting the Co-Benefits project will demonstrate how landholders can create a sustainable agribusiness by leveraging environmental markets to diversify their revenue streams. This initiative is […]