Darling River Eco-Corridor Projects

VEGETATION The suite of Darling River Eco-Corridor carbon projects covers over 150,000 hectares of rural land throughout North-Western New South Wales and South West Queensland. The projects aim to protect and regenerate forest on properties in the upper catchments of the Darling River which supports a unique and fragile ecosystem. GreenCollar (through its subsidiary, Terra Carbon) is working with local …

Boobera Carbon project

VEGETATION This project establishes permanent native forests through assisted regeneration from in-situ seed sources (including rootstock and lignotubers) on land that was cleared of vegetation and where regrowth was suppressed for at least 10 years prior to the project having commenced. Charlie Hawkins, Business Development Manager, Natural Carbon 0438 429 280 charlie.hawkins@naturalcarbon.com.au http://naturalcarbon.com.au

Wambin Carbon Project

VEGETATION This project establishes permanent native forests through assisted regeneration from in-situ seed sources (including rootstock and lignotubers) on land that was cleared of vegetation and where regrowth was suppressed for at least 10 years prior to the project having commenced. Charlie Hawkins, Business Development Manager, Natural Carbon 0438 429 280 charlie.hawkins@naturalcarbon.com.au http://naturalcarbon.com.au/

Joonderee and Elmina Regeneration Project

VEGETATION This project establishes permanent native forests through assisted regeneration from in-situ seed sources (including rootstock and lignotubers) on land that was cleared of vegetation and where regrowth was suppressed for at least 10 years prior to the project having commenced. Charlie Hawkins, Business Development Manager, Natural Carbon 0438 429 280 charlie.hawkins@naturalcarbon.com.au http://naturalcarbon.com.au/

Don Stanley Reforestation Project

VEGETATION As both a forester and a successful broad acre farmer at Kalannie in the Central Wheatbelt of Western Australia, Don had a vision of bringing tree crops into the wheatbelt agricultural landscape. Don is recognized as one of the pioneers of tree crops in very low rainfall areas in Western Australia and we have named our first reforestation project …

Max Waters Reforestation Project 2

VEGETATION Max Waters was an enthusiastic and much loved pioneer of reforestation of low-rainfall farmland in Western Australia, and the Title of this project honors his memory. Mallee and tree-form eucalyptus have been planted strategically through four farms in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, near the towns of Wagin, Quairading and Kojonup, in 2012 and 2013 expressly for …

Mount Alfred Reforestation Project

VEGETATION Mount Alfred Station is a 37,580-hectare property located near Wyandra on the west side of the Paroo River, approximately 750 kilometres west of Brisbane. The property has an Emissions Reduction Fund project registered under the ‘human-induced regeneration of a permanent even-aged native forest’ method. The project is working to assist the regeneration of native forests which have been suppressed …

CO2 Australia Creating a Better Climate Project

VEGETATION Native eucalypt trees have progressively been planted by CO2 Australia into heavily cleared, often degraded, farmland within central New South Wales across the past decade. Plantings include tree belts integrated into existing farming operations, and larger consolidated plantings delivering larger scale abatement outcomes. Tree species have been selected for drought, disease and fire tolerance. For some projects, revenue share …

Biodiverse Carbon Conservation Aggregation #2

VEGETATION Revegetation in key landscapes of Southern Australia that are under threat from historical over clearing. Our projects join key areas of protected areas and private lands, creating pathways for threatened species to move through the landscape to the resources they need. Across National Parks and private land, internationally recognised wetlands (Ramsar listed) creatig habitat for international migratory birds. Protection …

Biodiverse Carbon Conservation Aggregation #1

VEGETATION Revegetation in key landscapes of Southern Australia that are under threat from historical over clearing. Our projects join key areas of protected areas and private lands, creating pathways for threatened species to move through the landscape to the resources they need. Fitzgerald River and Stirling Range National Parks are world recognised for their biological diversity and richness. Our plantings …