What does the Whitsunday region look like nearly 18 months after Cyclone Debbie?
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The Mackay-Whitsunday Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership has launched the first collective post-cyclone regional update for the state of the Whitsundays.
From river restoration and coral flipping, to tourism, and a 1902 ship equipped with state of the art monitoring equipment – the document focuses on the environmental and social impact of the cyclone, and the action that has since taken place.
“We are so excited to be able to help tell the recovery story of the Whitsunday region,” said Partnership Executive Officer, Charlie Morgan.
Partners came together in March 2018 to discuss the future direction of the Partnership. Topics such as the role of the Partnership in response to report card results and priority projects to improve the report card were discussed in detail. Our full report contains all the key information from the event, whilst our 2 page summary is a useful quick reference.
Concerned sugarcane growers in the Sandy Creek area initiated a water quality monitoring program in 2015/16 in response to high pesticide concentrations detected in routine catchment monitoring programs. Find out more about the project here.
OUR ACTIVITIES 2014-2017
In just three years, the Partnership has achieved a great deal. We have produced an Annual Report Summary to highlight our activities since our inception. You can view/download it here.