Ecosure delivering a showcase 200 ha koala offset

Queensland’s iconic koalas will soon have an expanded sanctuary to call home in south east QLD’s largest eucalypt forest remnant, the Karawatha-Flinders corridor. Ecosure teams have planted more than 114,000 koala food and shelter trees on a property in south Ripley which firmly extends this important wildlife corridor. (more…)

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International Environmental Scientist joins Ecosure

With more than 25 years’ experience, Lindsay Boyd adds to Ecosure’s already impressive team of talented, solutions driven environmental specialists. Lindsay will join Ecosure’s Rockhampton team bringing Ecosure staff numbers to more than 100. (more…)

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Important updates for EVNT protected plants surveys

The Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation was amended 1 July 2015 and the status of many Endangered, Vulnerable and Near Threatened (EVNT) species has changed. The term ‘In the wild’ as also been defined, however, the search areas for protected plants has not yet been changed. (more…)

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