- The Great Barrier Reef Foundation recently released the Reef Trust Partnership 2019-2020 Annual Work Plan. The Plan outlines the priority activities within the Reef Trust Partnership to improve the health of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area over the next five years, together with details of the activities and investments planned for the next year. Read the Plan HERE.
- NQ Dry Tropics has been working closely with landholders to tackle soil erosion by using strategies that promote better pasture cover, and help rehydrate landscapes by retaining rain on property, slowing it down, and spreading it out across paddocks. Learn about the five different techniques they have used to remediate eroded gullies HERE.
- The Daintree region’s waterways have received ‘good’ or ‘very good’ grades in the latest Wet Tropics Report Card. The Report Card, produced annually by the Wet Tropics Waterways Partnership as an initiative of the Reef 2050 Plan, assesses the health of nine river catchments from the Daintree to the Herbert Rivers. Read the Report Card HERE.
- The latest Australian Institute of Marine Science’s annual Great Barrier Reef Condition Update shows that while hard coral cover continued to decline in the central and southern Great Barrier Reef, the northern region has stabilised. Read the Update HERE.
- Want to know what all your favourite reef animals are up to in real time? Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef has compiled real-time data on some of your most-loved reef residents, showing their movements and location since they were first tagged by researchers in the name of science. Check out Reef Tracks HERE.
The Reef Alliance project is funded by the Australian Government and delivered through the Reef Trust.