Ridge to Reef Restoration is integrated ecosystem restoration that focuses on protecting cultural values, capacity building and ecological restoration across terrestrial, coastal and marine ecosystems. Through this approach we partner with Traditional Owners and co-design project outcomes to achieve aspirations for their Land and Sea Country and their People. Working together, along with other regional stakeholders, we seek to create healthy ecosystems through active terrestrial, mangrove, seagrass, and reef restoration that integrates Traditional Knowledge.
Real-time data capture in surveys is a powerful tool that has revolutionised the way Ecosure can collect, monitor and report field data. With cloud-based tablet technology, Esri applications such as Field Maps and Survey123 with Ecosure-designed forms, Ecosure can gather data from remote locations more efficiently and accurately than ever before.
Habitat assessments are a common survey method that the Ecology and Environmental Management team conduct when they visit project sites. The team looks for aspects of the environment that can either give clues that certain species could live in that specific area, or signs that confirm those species are residing there.
The Ecology and Environmental Management team of Ecosure is looking forward to attending the upcoming Queensland Energy Conference which will be held in February at Rydges South Bank, Brisbane. The event is an opportunity for Ecosure to showcase its sustainable energy solutions and network with industry leaders in the field.
Ecosure was engaged by contractors on behalf of The University of Queensland (UQ) to complete the aquatic salvage as part of the redevelopment plans for the 2.2ha man-made lake on the St Lucia campus. The iconic UQ lake and amphitheater is being transformed into a self-sustaining ecosystem that offers habitat for wildlife and more opportunities for people to enjoy the area.