Threatened Flora

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Threatened Flora Translocation & Rehabilitation Management Plans

Where significant populations of threatened flora species occur the removal of reproductive material (seeds or cuttings), or the entire plant may be moved and re-established to suitable habitat outside the disturbance area as part of a detailed management plan. This can be critical when progressing the development process. For some instances where disturbance is temporary, the rehabilitation of threatened species habitat can also be undertaken. The team at 4 Elements are skilled in the assessment of threatened flora populations and associated mitigative measures.

We provide this service to companies in the private sector that are looking to meet their environmental approval conditions.

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Rehabilitation Management Plan

Translocation Management Plan

Threatened Flora

Protected Plant Survey (PPS)

Proven Experience In the Wet Tropics

Our team consists of qualified botanists with a background in flora taxonomy and propagation techniques. The diversity of flora in the wet tropics is huge! Because of this, a unique targeted approach based on the ecology of each species to be translocated is critical. Our teams proven experience with successful relocation and establishment of numerous threatened flora species allows us to achieve an efficient and successful outcome.

Our team regularly undertake vegetation assessments and flora translocation work within the Wet Tropics of North Queensland with broader experience extending out to the Northern Territory and New South Wales.

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Why Choose 4 Elements Consulting?

We have a proven record of translocating difficult plant species within the wet tropics. This includes dryland species into thinly soiled rock out crop communities. This includes the translocation and re-establishment of EPBC Vulnerable Plectranthus amoenus, Homoranthus porteri and Grevillea glossadenia. All of which were not previously attempted prior to commencement and the results are considered to be cutting edge works.

Cycad and grass tree relocations are also undertaken as regularly required as part of landscape management plans for residential developments.

Within our own nursery facility we propagate numerous rare and difficult to grow species. These include the EPBC critically endangered Purple-flowering Wattle (Acacia purpureopetala), Prostanthera clotteniana and the EPBC Endangered Melaleuca uxorum. These are currently being grown on for reintroduction to suitable habitat providing important work in the understanding of these plants’ cultivation in addition to bolstering population numbers of species which are critically low in numbers.

Under one roof, our teams’ diverse botanical experience can deliver outcomes for translocation and rehabilitation management plans from project design phase and permitting through to project completion including post monitoring.


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