Pacific Highway Landscaping & Biodiversity Offsets

Pacific Highway Landscaping & Biodiversity Offsets 2015-07-24T07:05:18+00:00

Project Description

Envite Environment has been contracted to undertake landscaping and implement compensatory habitat works adjoining three areas of the Pacific Highway upgrade in northern NSW. Near Coffs Harbour at Sapphire to Woolgoolga (pictured) 160,000 trees and shrubs were planted along 26km. North of Iluka at Devils Pulpit work included bush regeneration in an endangered ecological community, planting 17,000 trees and regeneration in previous state forest as a biodiversity offset. South of Byron Bay, Tintenbar to Ewingsdale work involves ecological restoration of threatened species critical habitat as part of biodiversity offset and compensatory habitat works.

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