Rehabilitation of critically endangered Mabi rainforest remmnants.
The Green Corridor Project is a long-term initiative aimed at restoring the health of the Barron River, through revegetation along the riverbanks.
Dungarra Island is situated near the mouth of the Barron River Cairns and is visited daily by many locals and tourist alike.
WTMA rolled out the “Making connections project” and engaged NQLMS to provide an indigenous team to meet the projects deliverables.
NQLMS were engaged to assist with the first response efforts to survey and eradicate this weed outbreak in Far North Queensland.
Erosion control projects have been carried out to lesson sediments, nutrients and pesticides from entering the Great Barrier Reef lagoon.
NQLMS was engaged by a mining company to monitor revegetation progress on a site adjoining a large extraction pit.
Vegetation management of water intakes within World Heritage Rainforest Areas
Salt tolerant planting to combat salinity
Turbina corymbosa is an exotic vine which grows vigorously and if left unchecked will smoother and kill native vegetation.
These featured projects provide a cross-section of the broad range work that we carry out.