REVEGETATION: BEFORE & AFTER

Red Dirt Seeds specialises in revegetation and rehabilitiation of mine sites in Western Australia. Seeds are harvested from existing vegetation from around each mine site and stored in our facility. Below are some examples of the Plutonic Goldmine at the end of the mine's life and then 6 years later, showing revegetation of the barren landscape.

PLUTONIC GOLD MINE, REHABILITATION PHOTO MONITORING

BEFORE: Plate 53A: Albatross Flamingo Haul road and waste dump looking north, February 2004. Red Dirt Seeds

Plate 53A: Albatross Flamingo Haul road and waste dump looking north, February 2004

AFTER: Plate 53B: Albatross Flamingo Haul road and waste dump looking north, January 2010. Red Dirt Seeds

Plate 53B: Albatross Flamingo Haul road and waste dump looking north, January 2010

BEFORE: Plate 54A: Albatross Flamingo, Waste dump looking west, February 2004. Red Dirt Seeds

Plate 54A: Albatross Flamingo, Waste dump looking west, February 2004

AFTER: Plate 54B: Albatross Flamingo, Waste dump looking west, January 2010, Red Dirt Seeds

Plate 54B: Albatross Flamingo, Waste dump looking west, January 2010

BEFORE: Plate 55A: Albatross Flamingo Waste Dump looking west, February 2004. Red Dirt Seeds

Plate 55A: Albatross Flamingo Waste Dump looking west, February 2004

AFTER: Plate 55B: Albatross Flamingo Waste Dump looking west, January 2010. Red Dirt Seeds

Plate 55B: Albatross Flamingo Waste Dump looking west, January 2010

BEFORE: Plate 56A: Albatross Flamingo, Waste dump looking northwest, February 2004. Red Dirt Seeds

Plate 56A: Albatross Flamingo, Waste dump looking northwest, February 2004

AFTER: Plate 56B: Albatross Flamingo, Waste dump looking northwest, January 2010. Red Dirt Seeds

Plate 56B: Albatross Flamingo, Waste dump looking northwest, January 2010