Human-assisted movement is one of the key ways fire ants can spread.
Our Don’t spread fire ants campaign helps educate people about the importance of following their legal obligations when working with organic materials.
The campaign will be targeted at industry operators and businesses working within or in close proximity to the fire ant biosecurity zones.
Do you have a website, social media channel, newsletter or print publication, and want to share our Don't spread fire ant-related messaging?
You can download and use our promotional material freely. Use of our high-quality photos or videos requires the following credit.
Photo/video credit: National Fire Ant Eradication Program
The following resources are available on this page:
Moving soil? Fire ants have other plans—landscape video
Don’t spread fire ants for building and development industry – A5 brochure
Don’t spread fire ants for primary producers – A5 brochure
Moving soil? – A3 Poster
Moving hay? – A3 Poster
Moving soil? Don’t spread fire ants – email signature
Moving hay? Don’t spread fire ants – email signature
Draft Don’t spread fire ants article for newsletters
Download this document to easily add information on the importance of reducing the risk of spreading fire ants when working with organic materials to your next newsletter.
Don’t spread fire ants – social media posts and imagery
Fire ant training
Our free self-paced courses are designed to help you learn more about fire ants, how to treat and manage them.
Easy to understand and print-friendly resources to help reduce the risk of spreading fire ants.