Landserv has been involved in many land-use planning investigations for biodiversity management. Projects range from land acquisition, development, infrastructure planning and conservation planning.
Recently, Landserv was commissioned by a local government to conduct an investigation of a re-greening site for eligibility under the Federal Carbon Farming Initiative. The planting project was a sustainability initiative and a pilot to act as a carbon sink to sequester carbon emissions. It will also be used for future sustainability planning and potential carbon offsetting in the municipality. The Carbon Farming Initiative (CFI) is a federally funded project that creates carbon credits from storing carbon or reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Environmental plantings are known as Sequestration Offset Projects.
For all enquiries on our Biodiversity Management Planning services, please contact Louise Buckley at T: 03 52224173.