Plant Search and Rescue

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Plant Search and Rescue - Njoli Windfarm 2015More
Kim’s Green Gardens ( KGG ) decided to apply for the plant search and rescue tender for the development of the Nojoli Windfarm situated near the Bedford on the Patryshoogde road towards Cookhouse. This is our third operation of this nature in the area thus giving us a good understanding of the spread of plants in the region. Due to our previous experience, we felt we had all the necessary local knowledge to undertake this project. KGG owners Kim and Nadine, worked hand in hand with the appointed environmental firm for the project... We consulted on all plants to be rescued, and developed a targeted approach to remove and sometime relocate endangered species. Due to the timing of the operation it was suitable to immediately relocate some of the species including Euphorbias, aloes, and some bulbs. The construction timing on this project determined our removal approach.
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Plant Search and Rescue - Amakhala Windfarm 2014More
Kim’s Green Gardens ( KGG ) was asked to apply for the plant search and rescue work needed for the development of the Amakhala Windfarm situated near the Bedford on the Middelton road towards Sheldon.  This involved a thorough study of the EIA and meetings with the botanists from Savanah who conducted the EIA to identify the exact nature of the work required. KGG owners Kim and Nadine, worked hand in hand with the appointed environmental firm for the project... We consulted on all plants to be rescued, and developed a sectional approach to remove and sometime relocate endangered species. Due to the timing of the operation it was suitable to immediately relocate some of the species including Euphorbias, aloes, and some bulbs.
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Plant Search and Rescue - Cookhouse Windfarm 2013More
Kim’s Green Gardens ( KGG ) was asked to apply for the plant search and rescue work needed for the development of the Cookhouse Windfarm situated near the N10 running between Bedford and Cookhouse. This involved a thorough study of the EIA and meetings with the botanists who conducted the EIA to identify the exact nature of the work required. KGG owners Kim and Nadine, worked hand in hand with the appointed environmental firm for the project... We walked through every section of the footprint area carefully identifying all plants to be rescued. We devised a strategy for the entire operation taking many factors into consideration.

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