Acid Sulfate Soils Reports

By: North Coast Environmental Planning  29-Jun-2011
Keywords: Agriculture, Management Plans, Wetlands

North Coast Environmental Planning undertakes field assessments for acid sulfate soils and prepares management plans for developments that may disturb acid sulfate soils for consideration by Council through the development approval process. In short, North Coast Environmental Planning can tell you if you have acid sulfate soil, how bad it is, and help you avoid disturbing it and how to manage it if you do.

Keywords: Acid Sulfate Soils, Agriculture, Floodplain Management, Management Plans, Wetlands

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