In this edition:
Wet Tropics irreplaceability, Yellow Crazy Ant Eradication Program and Wet Tropics Grants Program projects underway.
Wet Tropics second in the world
Wet Tropics ranked second most irreplaceable World Heritage Area on earth
Yellow crazy ant taskforce report
Yellow crazy ant taskforce report by Travis Sydes from FNQ Regional Organisation of Councils.
Wet Tropics grants boost heritage and research initiatives in the Wet Tropics
The Authority is supporting local indigenous communities and tropical rainforest researchers in the Wet Tropics through funding grants.
Wet Tropics Small Grant rehabilitates cassowary country
Djiru Traditional Owners and staff of the Girringun Aboriginal Corporation recently completed native plant revegetation and the removal of weeds in important coastal habitat as part of a Wet Tropics Small Grant.
Indigenous participation in World Heritage management highlighted in Sweden
WTMA Director, Leah Talbot has recently returned from Sweden researching the participation of Indigenous people in the World Heritage management.
World Heritage Training boosts Wet Tropics tourist experience
The Wet Tropics Management Authority held another successful Tour Guide Field School in April.
Save the Cassowary Campaign in Sydney
Rainforest Rescue held its Save the Cassowary campaign launch at the Sydney Wildlife Zoo in Darling Harbour on Monday 17 March 2014.
Wet Tropics hosts Aurora Native Title Interns
The Wet Tropics Management Authority hosted two interns from the Aurora Native Title Internship Program recently.