Endangered Species of the Daintree

ReForest Now has produced the first comprehensive scientific video of the endangered species of the Daintree rainforest of Far North Queensland as a learning tool - showing there are 48 endangered or critically endangered species in the ecosystem.

Our aim is to provide brief, yet meaningful information and to show just how important it is to keep expanding Daintree habitat by planting more trees.

How Rainforests Call the Rain 

ReForest Now produced a referenced synthesis of top journals on the topic of bioprecipitation. 

This synthesis explores the most up to date research from various scientific fields to show an array of evidence regarding bioprecipitation.


Bioprecipitation is the concept that biology material could cause rainfall and further in this video we will demonstrate that there is good reason to believe that some organisms have evolved mechanisms specifically to float into the atmosphere and set rain on their host forests.

Survival of the Rainforests. A Genetic Approach

Our co-founder Maximo Bottaro presenting his genetic research on remnant rainforest trees vs nursery seedlings completed with Southern Cross University. We demonstrate through our co-founders finding that the genetic diversity of the rainforest species in the big scrub is at risk and that we must increase our collection methods to gather seed from more parent trees, fragments and longer ranges.

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

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work, the Bundjalung of Byron Bay Arakwal people, the Minjungbal people and the Widjabul people as traditional owners and custodians for parts of the Byron Shire, as the first people of this country, and pay our respects to their elders, past and present

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