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The Partnership also acknowledges the extensive in-kind support from data providers and technical working group members throughout the development of the pilot report card. Special thanks go to the Australian Institute of Marine Science; the Department of Information, Technology and Innovation; James Cook University; the Department of Natural Resources and Mines; the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority; and the University of Queensland for their valuable input to the report card.

Find out more about how your organisation can be involved in the Mackay-Whitsunday Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership and help guide and contribute to the annual waterway health report card. Read the Value Proposition. 

CaneGrowers Mackay partner with Healthy Rivers to Reef
Conservation Volunteers is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefCSIRO is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefCQU is a partner with Healthy Rivers to Reef

Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefIsaac Regional Council is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefWhitsunday Land Care is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefThe Australian Government is a partner with Healthy Rivers to Reef

Mackay Recreational Fishers is a partner with Healthy Rivers to Reef Mackay Regional Council is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefNorth Queensland Bulk Ports is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefNorth Queensland Dry Tropics is a partner with Healthy Rivers to Reef

Pioneer Catchment Landcare is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefQueensland Government is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefQueensland Resources Council is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefReef Catchments is a partner with Healthy Rivers to Reef

Regional Development Australia is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefSarina Landcare is a partner with Healthy Rivers to ReefWhitsunday Regional Council is a partner with Healthy Rivers to Reef