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Archived Media Releases
The taskforce successfully treated 125 hectares in the known infestation areas. Executive Director Scott Buchanan said riparian treatments complement the aerial treatments and on ground treatment of residential areas. The aerial treatments were completed this week covers farm lands and
The Wet Tropics Management Authority delivered its fourth successful Tour Guide Program Field School in Kuranda on 4 and 5 April. The field school participants discovered why Kuranda is ‘not just a village in the rainforest.' The Wet Tropics Tour
Talented young artists are fashioning the final casts, cuts and hews to their amazing artworks as the deadline looms for the Wet Tropics Management Authority’s 39;Keep it Wild' art competition this month. The competition, now in its eighth year, reaches
Wet Tropics Management Authority is supporting new research into endangered species and invasive pests living in the World Heritage Area through its Student Research Grant Scheme. The Authority issued 16 grants to postgraduate students this week delving into environmental, social