Round One of the 20 Million Trees Programme is now open and will close 2pm AEDT on Thursday, 30 October 2014. Read more...
Women in production horticulture in the Inland Burnett are invited to attend a free lunch and afternoon forum with special guest, Alison Fairleigh, winner of the 2013 Queensland Rural Women's Award. Read more...
Mental Health Week takes place in the week of the World Mental Health Day, which is marked each year on October 10. This year, the theme in Queensland is "MIND-CLICKS - where minds meet". Read more...
Gambling Community Benefit Fund will hold a free workshop in Kingaroy next Thursday 16th October. The workshop will cover information about changes to the funding programs. Read more...
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BIEDO is seeking funds for Rural Suicide Prevention
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Find out how BIEDO Clean and Clever can help your business to save money and increase profits by managing water, waste and energy!
BIEDO is proud to say that, since 2002, we have raised $28.625m for the Inland!
Since 2007 BIEDO has assisted 12,527 families and businesses to Beat the Blues
BIEDO Sport & Rec Coordinators - a new three year program helping Inland Burnett Sporting Clubs
The BIEDO Change Management Tool Kit is a great resource for Change Champions! It provides practical 'how to' strategies, and also explains how to work well with different types of people, groups and agencies.
Find out how your school or community can be involved in BIEDO's Community Garden Project. It's a great way for students and the community to learn more about sustainability and have fun at the same time!