Public environmental programs are often funded with public money through various governments. The considerable public investment requires monitoring the program’s outcomes to determine value for money.

Stringybark Ecological can design a monitoring program that identifies program outcomes to monitor, methods to use, evaluation methods and effective reporting. We can assist you to monitor both environmental and social outcomes; adapt your program based on the results and to report the outcomes to your funding provider. We have extensive experience monitoring the outcomes of programs of on-ground works, research, education and extension and planning. Monitoring can include survival and growth of plantings, biodiversity monitoring to detect condition change, surveys of social attitudes and change and soil and water quality testing over time.