ReForest Now Project

Daintree Rainforest, Cassowary Habitat

Reclaiming forest areas adjacent to Daintree National Park.

Area Restored

1.25 ha

Trees Planted

3300

Carbon Sequestered

825 tones CO2

Project Summary

ReForest Now is returning to the Daintree rainforest to again expand on Cassowary habitats. The area supports over 103 Cassowaries just between the Daintree river and Cape Tribulation which urgently need more foraging range. We will be planting over a hectare of high diversity rainforest tree species and seeing areas returned to rainforest.

Region

Daintree Rainforest, Far North Queensland, Australia 


Project Status

Open

Planting Period

End 2019 

Project Partners

Fully funded by the Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered Species Ltd.

Species

In our last two visits to the Daintree we planted 112 and 84 species respectively, many of which are food species for Cassowaries. A similar number of tree species will be planted.


Project Goals

Recover Cassowary habitat and plant food species for Cassowaries. Support 48 known endangered species living in the Daintree National Park. Capture carbon.

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REFOREST NOW

Reforest Now is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission 
ABN: 40 887 914 802

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