History

CRACC was created as a trading name for Robert Whyte to pursue commercial bush revegetation activities as part of the funded Ithaca Intact project in 2011. CRACC soon found a demand for other commercial restoration work in the Enoggera catchment and elsewhere.

In 2012 private works occurred on land in Bardon, The Gap, Fig Tree Pocket, Taringa, Ashgrove, Red Hill, Toowong and Pencil Creek, Sunshine Coast.

Also in 2012 CRACC began work on a federally-funded project spanning six years to attempt eradication of Mother-of-Millions Bryophyllum delgoense at Myall Park Botanic Gardens. Initial surveys have been carried out and several treatment methods will be trialed over the next few years to determine the most effective and least environmentally-dangerous method.