Qld working towards better biosecurity
THE Queensland Government is investing $750,000 to strengthen the state’s biosecurity capability through two new regional partnership projects.
Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries Mark Furner said the Better Partnerships Project would build on existing alliances to improve Queensland’s biosecurity outcomes.
“Local government, natural resource management groups and a diverse range of stakeholders already make a significant contribution to managing biosecurity at a local level,” Mr Furner said.
“The Better Partnerships Project will create even stronger, more robust collaboration.”
BIOSECURITY: Agriculture minister Mark Furner.