DT: Revegetation of Priority Locations

Conduct revegetation in important areas throughout the Daintree to improve habitat and provide long-term management of weeds.

Why it is important?

Forest fragmentation, particularly in rainforest habitats like the Daintree, can have a significant impact on available wildlife habitat and movement of rainforest-specialist wildlife species. Revegetation can help connect those fragments and, once plantings reach canopy closure, they can provide long-term management of weeds through shading.

Examples of Local Action

  • Revegetating vacant or crown land – this fills gaps in the rainforest, can help raise awareness when it’s done in highly visible locations and can help manage weeds.

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