Mooyumbin Creek, Nerang & San Fernando, Worongary

The end of another financial year is upon us and with it comes the completion of many projects and taking stock of what has been achieved during the past year.

A massive amount of area has been covered by our field teams and positive outcomes achieved despite challenging environmental conditions. 

Regen has been busy completing projects of varying scale for clients including for the City of Gold Coast and SEQ Water as well as for private landholders. 

Photo monitoring is one of the best ways to convey the impact our work has on the environment, and a very rewarding thing to look back on to reflect on a sites progress throughout the year. 

Following are photos of the work completed at Nerang for the City of Gold Coast:

Before (Left) & After (Right) Mooyumbin Creek, Nerang for the City Of Gold Coast

Below are photos of work done for a private landholder at San Fernando in Worongary.

Before (Left) & After (Right) San Fernando, Worongary for a private landholder

In both cases the before photos clearly show the impact of weeds on each area which were then treated to allow for native plant growth to be encouraged.

Removal of these weeds, which were taking valuable water, light resources and space from native plants now gives these native plants an important a leg up.

The work also insures future new native plant growth and supports existing plants to flourish and better resist future stressors.

Thank you to our newest project manager Lachlan for this story.
Photos: Regen Australia

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