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TREAT publishes a newsletter 4 times a year. Previous newsletters are available here.

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A summary of TREAT’s 40 years’ experience of how to go about planning and preparing for planting, planting techniques and site maintenance for rainforest restoration.

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The importance of choosing the right species for your site and how to go about it.

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Techniques for successfully growing your own plants from seed.

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A guide for land care and rehabilitation of tropical forests in the Wet Tropics region of Australia. Highlights key ecological principles for restoring rainforest biodiversity and function.

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What to plant for tree kangaroos.

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The importance of bat biodiversity and how to support it.

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How to plant a frog friendly garden.

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This WTMA report examines the costs of biodiverse tree-planting on the southern Atherton Tablelands through time and compares the direct costs of biodiverse tree-planting versus pasture conversion at one experimental project site.

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A guide to Carbon Farming for ecological planting on the Atherton Tablelands. Final report from the Freeman's Forest pilot project (May 2019). Prepared by Cath Moran, David Hudson and David Skelton.

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A description of Mabi Forest, its importance and common species.

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Links to websites concerning habitat restoration and Tablelands’ rainforests.

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Coming soon....A more detailed description of TREAT’s major corridor projects.

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Coming soon ....Major environmental weeds on the Tablelands & how to avoid them. 

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