Enviro-dynamics offers a range of services from Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA), Bushfire Hazard Management Planning and Natural Resource Management (NRM) technical services and extension.
Environmental Impact Assessments
The EIA services typically involve flora and fauna assessments and advice on impacts in relation to requirements under State and Local Government planning regulations. We also provide advice and support for understanding the with Commonwealth requirements, associated referrals and offsets under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 2000. More info
Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) assessments and Reports
Enviro-dynamics are accredited Bushfire Practitioners (as per Tasfire Accreditation Program) and provide Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) assessments and Bushfire Hazard Managements Plans (BHMP) for subdivisions and residential developments.
In addition, we provide broader bushfire management plans for reserves or larger vegetated areas to manage bushfire risk whilst maintaining and enhancing ecological values and processes. More info
Natural Resource Management
Natural Resource Management is the catch-all phrase used for environmental programs relating to catchment management. This includes engaging communities in local environmental projects, working with farmers on Agri Best Practice programs, catchment planning for a triple bottom line (social, environmental and economic) outcomes and biodiversity conservation research and management. Enviro-dynamics has provided these services in both Queensland and Tasmania and would like to expand in this field. For example, we currently provide NRM delivery for the Derwent Catchment Group. More info
Research and Development
Our involvement in Research and Development is a natural extension of the services we provide. We believe in the importance of research to deliver sound outcomes. With our skill set we are able to undertake projects which involve flora, fauna, conservation biology, landscape ecology, community engagement and monitoring & evaluation based research. We are currently involved in several projects including Swift Parrot long term population monitoring and distribution program, Miena Cider Gum recovery and Feral Pests in the Derwent camera trapping project. More info