In October 2022, Stanmore hosted a workshop for 65 members of the Central Queensland Mining Rehabilitation Group ( CQMRG) at Moranbah, on behalf of South Walker Creek Mine. The theme of the workshop was ‘Partnerships and Collaborations’, which emphasised how mine planning and rehabilitation could be successfully achieved through maintaining strong partnerships and ongoing collaboration with key stakeholders including the local community, regulators, landholders and Traditional Owners.
As the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Moranbah stands, representatives from Barada Barna opened the workshop with a Welcome to Country. Attendees included representatives from the Department of Environment & Science and the Office of the Queensland Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner who gave updates on their respective activities. The CEO of Isaac Regional Council, Jeff Stewart-Harris PSM, shared his perspectives on sustainability for the Council and sparked a conversation about sustainable communities and Council's goals and objectives. The workshop also included a presentation by the Stanmore Green Business Manager on the company's sustainability practices and potential decarbonisation projects, and a discussion led by the Land Access Manager on building relationships.