Presentation on theme: "MAINTENANCE OF BUFFER VEGETATION through bollard installation and tree planting efforts. N.EAST POINT Rehabilitation Center buffer plantation 2008 and."— Presentation transcript:
MAINTENANCE OF BUFFER VEGETATION through bollard installation and tree planting efforts. N.EAST POINT Rehabilitation Center buffer plantation 2008 and bollard installation Anse Royale bollard installation and tree planting 2010 with schools. Tree planting Anse Royale Beach Park 2008 and new beach park post Timber pilling project Au Cap tree planting with Lions Club of Paradise, school. Anse Marie Louise tree planting post rock beaching project 2012 with Lions Club of Paradise, SNYC,school.
Under ReCoMap. Formation of AEPCA (Anse Boileau Environmental Protection and Coastal Rehabilitation Association) Proposed Concept 2 Stepped Timber Pilings driven into beach front Artificially augmented sand dunes at beach back Rehabilitation of dunes with local coastal plants Provision of Dedicated Public Access Protect and Rehabilitate 620m of Anse Boileau Bay
Combination of Rock Beaching, rock groyne (Notched), Timber Piling (creating bays), Back Filling and Re vegetation. Beach Park Area Rock beaching to allow for maximum dissipation hence accumulation. Good results with beaching, sand overtopping armoring. Seedlings naturally propagating
North East Point revetment with bull nose wall to control wave overtopping. Rock Cote D’Or Grand Anse Praslin Anse Kerlan near chapel (still under consideration for appropriate measure) Anse Aux Pin Coastal Protection (opposite Chateau Bleu) Possible rock armoring N.East PointAnse Aux Pin Anse Kerlan
Reinstatement of Timber Piling Anse Boileau (affected areas) Aux Cap Typhoo Overtopping Protection (Raised revetment with bull nose wall) Bollard N.East Point Grand Anse BoardWalk Reinstatement Anse Gaulette Coastal protection and Rehabilitation (possible joint work with SLTA)
Beach Monitoring Beach Profiling ( Data for reference, changes in shoreline progression) Education -Inclusion of schools in tree planting activities -Clubs: Wildlife, Sandwatch (students sense of ownership of their coastline, help protect) - Help collect data, beach profilling.