Environmental consultants

Organisation Name Community Environment Network
Contact Name Robert Suess
Capability Statement The Community Environment Network (CEN) is as an independent community group that works for Ecologically Sustainable Development and against threats to it. Aims and Objectives of the Community Environment Network are:
  • Increase the effectiveness of community groups in the region,
  • Be a regional voice for the environment and sustainability,
  • Provide a forum for public discussion and education Increase public awareness and understanding, and
  • Promote community monitoring of the environment Facilitate the empowerment of individuals.
Phone 02 4349 4756
Email Address bushregen@cen.org.au
Supplier Registration Pack
Organisation Name Conservation Volunteers
Contact Name Leonie Winne
Capability Statement Conservation Volunteers Australia (CMA) is a not-for-profit, non-political, independent and community based organisation. Conservation Volunteers Australia provides Professional Bush Regeneration teams, comprised of qualified Aboriginal people working alongside highly qualified Supervisors. CVA is listed as a preferred supplier of Aboriginal Land Management teams with the Hunter Local Land Services (CMA) to deliver professional services including:
  • natural area restoration,
  • bush regeneration,
  • weed control and removal,
  • training services (registered training organisation),
  • team supervision, and
  • NRM best practise workshops.
Phone 0419 514 108
Email Address lwinner@cva.org.au
Supplier Registration PackConservation Volunteers SRP
Organisation Name Newcastle Bushfire Consulting Pty Ltd
Contact Name Phillip Couc
Capability Statement  
Phone 02 4023 0149
Email Address mail@newcastlebushfire.com.au
Supplier Registration Pack
Organisation Name Trees in Newcastle
Contact Name Jo Miller
Capability Statement Trees In Newcastle (TIN) is a dynamic non-profit community based organisation committed to the regeneration and rehabilitation of natural environments and urban-based environmental education. Trees In Newcastle (TIN) provides the following services:
  • Bush Regeneration and weed control,
  • Revegetation,
  • Regeneration of Endangered Ecological Communities, threatened species habitat and sensitive areas,
  • Flora and Avifauna surveys, including threatened species habitat,
  • Site assessment and inspections,
  • Ecological assessments,
  • Vegetation Management Plans,
  • Local provenance seed collection and propagation,
  • Native local provenance plant supply,
  • Monitoring and maintenance,
  • Erosion and sediment control,
  • Support and co-ordination of community projects,
  • Native landscaping,
  • Habitat gardening - bushfood gardens, frog ponds,
  • Supervision and training of volunteers, and
  • Design and delivery of workshops – Botany, Plant Identification, Restoration techniques, Seed collection.
Phone 02 4969 7895
Email Address bushregen@treesinnewcastle.org.au
Supplier Registration PackTrees in Newcastle SRP
Organisation Name WetlandCare Australia
Contact Name Louise Duff
Capability Statement WetlandCare Australia specialises in wetland and riparian management. WetlandCare Australia services include:
  • wetland and riparian rehabilitation,
  • wetland mapping and classification,
  • wetland assessment & management plans,
  • wetland monitoring and evaluation,
  • bush regeneration,
  • weed control,
  • fencing,
  • erosion control,
  • on-ground works,
  • communications,
  • education,
  • workshops,
  • field days,
  • seminars, and
  • building partnerships and stakeholder engagement.
Phone 02 6681 6169
Email Address louiseduff@wetlandcare.com.au
Supplier Registration PackWetlandCare Australia SRP

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The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.