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As part of the post-cyclone Yasi effort, the $2M Environmental Line of Recovery program tackled some of the critical post-cyclone waterways and environmental works across the region over 12 months. This project was funded through the Queensland Reconstruction Authority’s Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements. An important goal of Terrain’s role in this project was to strengthen relationships between Terrain staff, councils, River Improvement Trusts and key community groups such as catchment management groups. The project also built a strong best practice NRM approach to waterway recovery implementation.

A key result has been the negotiation of a Wet Tropics Waterway Futures Partnership between Terrain NRM, catchment groups and River Improvement Trusts.

  • 10 projects delivered across 4 local government areas totalling $2M
  • 9 organisations contributed knowledge and expertise
  • 27 ha of weed management
  • 13.6 ha of coastal restoration
  • 250 ha of stream bank/gully stabilisation
  • 7 km of riparian restoration
  • Debris removed along over 5km of waterways
  • 41 properties assisted with waterway recovery
  • 32 awareness and training events engaging 53 participants