It's time to celebrate as five roads in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest are permanently closed and revegetated. Our partners Daintree Life set out to close five service roads and return them to rainforest for Cassowaries and other endangered wildlife. With your support, success has come.
A recently revised development proposal by the Member for Leichhardt, Warren Entsch pushing for reticulated power north of the Daintree River has re-ignited residents’ concerns over how this would negatively impact the pristine World Heritage value environment they live in and the tourism it generates.Read more
The non-profit organisation Reforest Now was established with the objective of planting trees to restore rainforest ecosystems. Kelvin Davies interviewed the founders, Maximo Bottaro and Michael Martin about their work and vision for the future.Read more
Rainforest 4 has added its support to the Orangutan Information Centre and their overwhelmingly positive action to protect and restore rainforest in Sumatra, which has included the planting of 1,775,153 trees!Read more
In his TEDx talk, former Douglas Shire Mayor Mike Berwick recounts the Daintree Blockade and World Heritage listing of the Wet Tropics and calls for more action to save the Daintree from the threat of development.Read more
Thanks to our generous donors we are continuing to support our partners Daintree Life in closing roads by planting trees in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest. On the 6th of March, additional trees were planted in Cow Bay to close a gap in the canopy.Read more