Carbon Conscious Carbon Capture Project 2

VEGETATION The 11,007ha project area, contained on 21 properties within the Central and Northern Agricultural Regions of Western Australia, is on land previously cleared for dryland cropping and grazing. Between 2009-2012 the Company planted over 13,000,000 native species mallee (eucalyptus kochii, polybractea, and loxophleba) trees, and on registration under the Carbon Farming Initiative and then Emissions Reduction Fund it committed …

Carbon Conscious Carbon Capture Project 1

VEGETATION The regions that contain the project areas are recognised as significantly over-cleared, and the reforestation is: providing protective habitat for native flora and fauna; reducing wind and water erosion; in some cases reducing soil salinity; and some cases providing a useful environment for sheep and honey bees. Anthony Fitzgerald, Commercial Manager, Alterra Ltd (08) 9204 8400 afitzgerald@alterra.com.au http://alterra.com.au

New Leaf Carbon Project

VEGETATION The project has converted 12,000Ha of previously logable forest to a protected forest. The income generated from the sale of these credits will support the TLC’s conservation efforts in managing these important lands, using science and technology to guide our conservation work. We are leading the way in establishing a comprehensive monitoring program that will see hundreds of photo-monitoring …

Lenroy Forest Regeneration

VEGETATION The project promotes the regeneration of native vegetation for the sequestration of carbon. This is achieved through a reduction in grazing pressure since 2003, varying from typical local land management which allows stock to feed on mulga and other native vegetation. The project is located in the Mulga Lands Bioregion which covers sections of northwest New South Wales and …

Forest Regeneration South of Bourke

VEGETATION The forest regeneration project is located approximately 60km south of Bourke in northwest NSW. The land here was once degraded by feral animals and sheep grazing. But the development of the carbon farming project has seen native vegetation thrive on the property. The carbon farming project has a number of co-benefits beyond carbon absorption. These benefits range from preserving …

CO2 Australia Human Induced Regeneration Project

VEGETATION The regeneration of native forest is being promoted through landholders ceasing suppression activities. The project focuses on lands that have had a long history of management under agricultural regimes, but for which there is good potential for the natural regeneration of native forest where suppression activities, such as mechanical clearing and tree felling, are removed. Project sites include locations …

Tambua Regeneration project

VEGETATION The Tambua Regeneration Project is located at Tambua Station, Cobar NSW, an area surrounded by rolling hills, flat plains and stony ridges. The project area covers 10,914 hectares and promotes the regeneration of permanent native forests. The property has been run as a Poll Merino Stud and a Brahman Cattle Stud and also for fine wool and beef production. …

Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor

VEGETATION This project not only has a positive impact on climate change but also makes a meaningful contribution to a number of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Ray Wilson, CEO (08) 9200 4424 contactus@carbonneutral.com.au https://carbonneutral.com.au