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  Thanks and acknowledgements
Caring for Country World Heritage Area Wet Tropics Management Authority Queensland Government

  Cassowary (Artwork: Leonard Andy)  

Many thanks to all the contributors to this book who so generously gave of themselves and donated their time, stories, artworks and photographs.

Content and editing: Campbell Clarke

Design: Pembroke Graphics

Assistance: Bryony Barnett, Katrina Beattie, Deanna Belbin, Julia Cooper, M’Lis Flynn, Bruce Jennison, Lana Lopatich, Andrew Maclean, Kerry Trapnell

National Library of Australia cataloguing-in-publication data:
Title: From the Heart : Celebrating 20 years of the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area/ compiler, Wet Tropics Management Authority.
Edition: 1st edition.
ISBN: 9780975220245 (pbk).
Subjects: Wilderness areas–Queensland–Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
National parks and reserves–Queensland–Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
Rainforests–Queensland–Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
Ecotourism–Queensland–Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
World Heritage areas–Queensland.
Wet Tropics World Heritage Area (Qld).
Other Authors/
Contributors: Queensland. Wet Tropics Management Authority.
Dewey Number: 994.36

© Copyright Wet Tropics Management Authority 2009.
Copyright over stories and artworks belongs to individual contributors.

  Estuarine crocodile (Photo: Martin Cohen)  
  Estuarine crocodile (Photo: Martin Cohen)  

The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Wet Tropics Management Authority, the Australian Government or the Queensland Government. While all attempts have been made to ensure the accuracy of all details in this book, the Wet Tropics Management Authority accepts no responsibility for any form of loss or damage resulting from the use (or misuse) of the information contained in this book.

Dr Aila Keto

Aila co-authored the 1984 report on the conservation values of the tropical rainforests of north Queensland that led to the listing of the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area. She co-authored the nomination with Dr Keith Scott and is recognised for her expertise in World Heritage matters. She led the national campaign for protection and listing of the Area.

Margaret Genever

Margaret is a professional artist who has lived in the Cairns region for 20 years. For 13 years she was director of programs and lecturer in Visual Arts at James Cook University, Cairns. Her work most often addresses issues of concern to the community and has been shown in many exhibitions (www.margaretgenever.com). As the president of Kuranda Conservation Community Nursery she is deeply engaged with actions which aim to preserve the cassowary and its habitat.

© Copyright Wet Tropics Management Authority 2010. Copyright over stories and artworks belongs to individual contributors.