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Rainforest 4 has joined the HalfCut campaign this year to #SaveTheDaintree - Join our HalfCut team.
In 2015 a unique partnership was created with co-founders James Stanton-Cooke (AKA Jimmy HalfCut) and Jessica Clarke from HalfCut with Rainforest 4 Foundation founder Kelvin Davies to raise money to support rainforest buyback. Jimmy and Jess volunteered for local and global programs for various NFP's with incredible success and the HalfCut movement continues to grow, starting conversations about conservation with tangible outcomes. Sign up for the HalfCut 2022 campaign and join the Rainforest 4 team here.
New species of Gardenia thought to be discovered in the Daintree
Ecologist and botanist Kristopher Kupsch has encountered what is thought to be a new species of Gardenia in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest.Read more
New species likely lost to development in the Daintree
A species of Dysoxylum only seen once in the Daintree has likely been destroyed by development.Read more
Daintree properties returned to Eastern Kuku Yalanji
Three non-profit organisations met in the Daintree Rainforest on Wednesday 25th of April to handover ten properties to the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people for conservation.Read more
Survey of Daintree's Lot 373 identifies four threatened species
Our survey of Lot 373 Hickory Road at Cow Bay identified 210 native plant species. This included four species listed as Threatened and our first time finding the Fragrant Boxwood.Read more
Half a million square metres of Daintree rainforest saved
500,000 sqm of the Daintree Rainforest has been purchased for conservation!Read more
Survey of Lot 93 confirms its exceptional natural values
The high biodiversity and threatened plants on Lot 93 Cape Tribulation Road at Diwan have identified this property as a priority for acquisition. Our vegetation survey identified an amazing 258 species of native plants, including 5 that are listed as threatened species and 4 more that are endemic to the Daintree Rainforest.Read more
Survey identifies the critically endangered Daintree Rainbowfish
An aquatic ecology survey of Hutchinson Creek in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest has identified the presence of the critically endangered Daintree Rainbowfish.Read more
Lot 18 Daley Close in the Daintree is protected forever!
Another great outcome for the protection of the Daintree Lowland Rainforest has been achieved with the purchase of Lot 18 Daley Close at Kimberley.Read more
FAQs for Daintree's Lot 8
We’ve provided answers to the most frequently asked questions on the purchase and protection of Lot 8 Buchanan Creek Road in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest.Read more