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MERV Software

‘MERV’ is an acronym for software which is designed for the Monitoring and Evaluation of the Restoration of Vegetation. MERV provides natural resource management (NRM) stakeholders the ability to capture, store, query and report on relevant information on vegetation structure, floristics, habitat variables, fauna, water quality, restoration works and related costings within a specifically designed [...]

By | 2017-07-05T14:42:04+00:00 August 27th, 2015|Resources|Comments Off on MERV Software

Coastal propagation and revegetation manual (free)

This manual has been developed by Envite Environment as part of the Coastal corridor enhancement through restoration, propagation and revegetation project supported through funding from the Australian Government's Biodiversity Fund. Download the Coastal_propagation_and_revegetation_manual [PDF]

By | 2015-08-07T07:51:52+00:00 August 7th, 2015|Resources|Comments Off on Coastal propagation and revegetation manual (free)

Big Scrub Rainforest thanks Green Army

Our Big Scrub Rainforest is in better condition thanks to the huge efforts of 45 Green Army participants on five teams over the last 2½ years. As Green Army participant Jacob Fiedler said “It has been a ripper of a time”. Envite Environment Green Army supervisor, Shannon Smedley, who has led four of those teams [...]

By | 2017-07-05T14:42:04+00:00 August 6th, 2015|Featured, News & Events|Comments Off on Big Scrub Rainforest thanks Green Army

Koala habitat improved thanks to Green Army

The end has arrived for Lismore City Council’s Green Army, but teams have left their mark by improving habitat for our local koalas. Over the last 2 ½ years, 45 young people on five Green Army teams have worked to restore koala habitat in the Lismore local government area. This final project focused on Nimbin [...]

By | 2017-07-05T14:42:05+00:00 August 6th, 2015|News & Events|Comments Off on Koala habitat improved thanks to Green Army