EKSA have recently completed design and development of a web-based
database, called the Blackberry Management Tool, for the Leschenault Catchment
Council (LCC) and its partners.
The Blackberry Management Tool will enable the project partners to spatially
index and interrogate blackberry treatment records within and south
of the buffer zone.
The database also enables rehabilitation and community involvement records
to be collated, together with the treatment records allowing for strategic
planning of future works that will protect the zones natural environment.