The MIP Consortium

The WTMIP Consortium includes over 40 organisations, is coordinated by Terrain NRM, and includes all the key partners, stakeholders, researchers, NGOs and agencies in the region.

The Consortium includes local Johnstone and Tully stakeholders, industry organisations, community and Traditional Owners as follows:

1. Australian Banana Growers’ Council
2. Australian Cane Farmers Association (ACFA)
3. CANEGROWERS Innisfail
5. Cassowary Coast Regional Council
6. Cassowary Coast River Improvement Trust
7. Far North Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils (FNQROC)
8. Girringun Aboriginal Corporation
9. Johnstone Region Landcare Group
10. Johnstone River Catchment Management Association (JRCMA)
11. Mamu Aboriginal Corporation
12. MSF Sugar Limited
13. Sugar Research Australia
14. Tully Cane Productivity Services Ltd (TCPSL)
15. Tully Sugar Limited

The Consortium also includes Wet Tropics organisations working outside the two basins but who will make a significant contribution to the project and play an important role in sharing the learnings, methods, techniques and outcomes from the WTMIP. This will enable any early successes to be translated to other locations as soon as is practical. Regional Wet Tropics Consortium members are:

16. Association of Marine Park Tourism Operators (AMPTO)
17. CANEGROWERS Cairns Region
18. CANEGROWERS Herbert River
20. CANEGROWERS Tablelands
21. Herbert Cane Productivity Services Ltd (HCPSL)
22. Mossman Ag Services
23. Mulgrave Landcare and Catchment Group Inc. (MLCG)
24. Reef Rainforest & Research Centre (RRRC)
25. Rob Lait & Associates (John Armour)
26. Wet Tropics Management Authority (WTMA)

Other members were included in the consortium to seek participation and gain input from the broadest range of backgrounds, bringing ideas, research and learnings from other sectors. These Consortium members are as follows:

27. Alluvium
28. Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
29. Australian Wetlands Consultants Ltd
30. Behaviour Innovation
31. C2O - Jane Waterhouse
32. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
33. Community Matters
34. Eberhard Consulting
35. GreenCollar
36. Greening Australia
37. Griffith University
38. Healthy Waterways and Catchments (SEQ)
39. Interchange
40. James Cook University
41. Premise Environment
42. Queensland Water and Land Carers (QWALC)
43. Sugar Research Australia (SRA)
44. University of New England (UNE)
45. University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
46. Verterra