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WE ARE AN INDUSTRY OF CHOICE

Respect, Accountability, Innovative, Committed

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CONNECTION, COLLABORATION AND PARTNERSHIPS

Working towards maximising the potential of the Northern Beef Industry

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CONNECTING THOSE INVOLVED

Through partnerships and effective communication

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KIMBERLEY PILBARA CATTLEMEN’S ASSOCIATION

The KPCA is a not-for-profit organisation whose vision is to support and promote a resilient, profitable and sustainable beef industry, with its mission being to maximise the value of the northern beef industry through accessing innovation, building capacity and achieving industry influence.

Under the direction of the Executive Committee, KPCA members (and the broader pastoral industry) are benefiting from collaborative problem solving on a regional and industry specific basis.

## IMPORTANT UPDATE – FLOODS KIMBERLEY REGION ##

KPCA are working hard to keep you connected to services and supports in the wake of extensive flooding in our region. From connecting pastoralists to feed and fuel resources to advocating for additional support to government agencies, and making frequent updates to our social media platforms to help you stay informed.

If you have any questions, concerns or requests, please contact Business Development Officer Lauren Bell via businessdevelopment@kpca.net.au

Include your phone number and Lauren will call you asap.

Government and inter-agency funding and grant streams, and other supports are beginning to be announced. Navigating your options can be difficult, especially while clean-up and recovery is front of mind and a laborious, time consuming task. We have summarised a list of current grant, funding and support options as a guide to what is currently available and can hopefully help to make this process less stressful.

HEALTH AND WELL BEING SUPPORT

 

To access a comprehensive list of services and supports for rural and regional Western Australians, please visit the Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development’s Support Services page HERE.

The loss of property and stock is distressing. If you are feeling overwhelmed or upset then you can always contact;

Lifeline: 13 11 14
A 24/7 crisis support service.

Beyond Blue:  1300 22 4636
A 24/7 crisis support service.

Rurallink 1800 552 002
An after-hours telephone service for people in rural and regional Western Australia experiencing a mental health crisis.

OUR TEAM

JAK ANDREWS
JAK ANDREWS
Chairman
I have spent my entire life within the Pastoral industry, predominantly in Northern Australia with a four year stint in central Queensland.
SHANE DUNN
SHANE DUNN
Vice Chairman
I have been involved in the Cattle and livestock industries for most of my life. I am currently the GM for the Indigenous owned Kimberley Agriculture and Pastoral Company (KAPCO)
DAVID STOATE
DAVID STOATE
Executive Committee
I have lived on and managed Anna Plains Station for the past 18 years.  Prior to that I worked beyond the farm gate for various agribusiness organisations.
ANNE MARIE HUEY
ANNE MARIE HUEY
Secretary
Anne Marie Huey grew up on a small cattle property in North Queensland. She has been co-managing Dampier Downs Station for the last eight years.
LUX LETHRIDGE
Executive Committee
COB DE PLEDGE
COB DE PLEDGE
Executive Committee
I have always been deeply passionate about the Northern Beef industry. I am currently the owner manager of Yanrey Station located off the gulf of Exmouth in the West Pilbara.
BETH SCHAFER
BETH SCHAFER
Executive Committee
I am the manager of Liveringa Station in the Kimberley. I am truly passionate about the cattle industry.
RUSSELL COOKE
RUSSELL COOKE
Executive Committee
Along side my wife Sophie, I am the owner and managing director of Red Range Stock Supplements in the Kimberley, Western Australia.
CAMILLE CAMP
CAMILLE CAMP
Executive Committee
Camille is a fourth generation stockwoman and has spent most of her life living and working on Kimberley cattle stations
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