Environmental Impact Assessments
An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) can be described as a systematic process to identify alternatives to and the potential positive and negative impacts of both a proposed activity and the feasible alternatives on the environment (biophysical, socio-economic and cultural).
Urban forests can provide many environmental, social and economic benefits to society. The reduction in vegetative cover in these areas not only results in a lower biodiversity, but also seriously lowers the ability of the natural environment to buffer pollution in the urban areas
We started a small indigenous nursery, mainly to supply our own projects, but since we would like to improve your environment, we decided to make some of our stock available to other like-minded people. Contact Us for a list of available species, sizes and prices. We have close to 10 000 indigenous trees to choose from in our nursery.
Wildlife management begins as soon as an area is demarcated as a unit on a map. No development, especially that of a larger nature, should take place before the limitations and potential of the environment have been thoroughly determined. (Bothma 2002).