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Urgent! Help save Daintree’s Lot 155 before June 30.

If we act now, we can save an extremely important Daintree Rainforest property that provides habitat for the endangered Cassowary and an amazing 240 species of plants. We’ll also reverse the impact of the disastrous rural residential subdivision that carved up two-thirds of the Daintree Lowland Rainforest into freehold properties.

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Lot 330 in the Daintree: purchased and protected

Partnership with Kuku Yalanji people, Rainforest Reserves Australia, AUSTROP, HalfCut and Rainforest 4 has protected a piece of ancient landscape which is home to more than 170 species of plant and endangered animals like the Southern Cassowary,

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Lot 155 in the Daintree Rainforest FAQ's

We’ve provided answers to the most frequently asked questions on the purchase and protection of Lot 155 Cape Tribulation Road, Diwan in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest.  

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The amazing biodiversity of Daintree's Lot 155

Ecologist and botanist Kristopher Kupsch surveyed Lot 155 Cape Tribulation Road in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest in February 2020 finding 240 species of plants on the 8.835 hectares, which included seven of conservation importance. This confirmed the property as our number one priority for acquisition and inclusion in the Daintree National Park. 

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Bushfire Recovery helped by Rainforest Rangers

Our Rainforest Rangers are helping the residents and landowners at Huonbrook and Wanganui in the Byron Shire recover from the bushfires and prepare for the future.

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Buyback works: penguins provide the blueprint for the Daintree

Philip Island is more than 3000km south of the Daintree, but a controversial buyback scheme has set the bar high in terms of winding back development for conservation outcomes. 

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Putting a stop to the poaching of wild animals for international trade

The international wildlife trade is lucrative, often being driven by organised crime cells. As well as exploiting animals, the trade exploits some of the world’s poorest people.

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The international wildlife trade must end NOW

Every day around the globe, animals are being ripped from their habitat and transported large distances in cramped cages, often across the world. They’re stressed, starved and in crowded, close quarters, being overseen by unqualified and uncaring people, who are making billions of dollars off the trade.

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Green jobs will help us rebuild communities and economies

Green jobs will help us rebuild communities and economies and the good news is we can start right now. As we begin to repair the economy it’s crucial that we invest in programs that help move society forward in a sustainable way. It’s time that we shifted from an economy based on unsustainable consumption and burning fossil fuels to one that actively mitigates climate change.

 

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Daintree flora survey finds 178 plants and five Threatened species

The Daintree Lowland Rainforest is the oldest rainforests on Earth and contains exceptionally high biodiversity. This was confirmed once again by ecologist Kristopher Kupsch as he surveyed Lot 330 Cape Tribulation Road to ensure it was a priority for purchase and inclusion in the Daintree National Park. 

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