At CHRRUP we work proactively with regional communities, enterprises and industries to support the sustainability of the Central Highlands region. We are always looking for people to work with us to help achieve our goals in sustainable communities and natural resources. CHRRUP often require industry professionals to provide consultancy services to assist us with various projects so if you believe that you could provide some valuable knowledge and assistance, please contact us.
Board Director Positions
We are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates for two non-executive director appointments. One is to replace a retiring Director and one is due to expansion of the Board from 5 to 6 Directors.
To request a copy of the Position Description and/or the Constitution please email CHRRUP CEO Simone Parker at
CHRRUP can help connect landholders to funding opportunities to improve knowledge or sustainability of their business. Any funding opportunities will be posted here. If you have ideas for specific projects to address regional natural resource issues, please use this link to email us.
Are you looking for a way to keep track of the pasture you have on hand? Or a tool to help you estimate the amount pasture you will have to carry you through to the next growing season? Forage budgeting will help you match stocking rates (number of animals) to the quantity of useful feed you have available.
Forage Budgeting will help you maximise pasture utilisation, whilst leaving enough residual pasture to maintain and improve your land condition – ensuring the pasture is able to respond to rain and produce useful grass. Delivered by a one-on-one, grazier to grazier service from local graziers in the region, you will receive support from people who have found success in using this tool on their own property and the challenges involved. If this project sounds like something you, or someone you know, would be interested in, please contact Ed Wood at CHRRUP on (07) 4982 2996 or Ed@chrrup.org.au
Forage Budgeting in the fitzroy
CHRRUP is partnering with NQ Dry Tropics to deliver the Burdekin Soils and Pasture Project. This project will roll out over four years, using an integrated approach to support grazing businesses in building their skills and knowledge in soils and pasture management, undertake property and business planning and on-ground works. Producer groups are being formed in the Suttor, Belyando and Cape Campaspe sub-catchments now so get in touch now to register your interest.
If this sounds like a project you would be interested in, please contact Zach Moore at CHRRUP on 07 4982 2996 or Zach@chrrup.org.au