Louise Tarrier

The Art & Science of Restoration

Since 2001, Carbon Positive Australia has collaborated in the revegetation of over 5,000 hectares of degraded land. Our restoration projects are all individual, with each site needing a slightly different approach depending on where it is situated, the diversity of native plant species, and the rainfall expectations.  “It takes a little bit of art and …

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Why Carbon Must Go Hand In Hand With Restoration

2021 begins the UN decade of Ecological Restoration. Quality ecosystems support all life on Earth. Healthy ecosystems are essential to us living and thriving on a planet that can sustain us for the future.  At Carbon Positive Australia we know that carbon planting must go hand in hand with quality ecological restoration work if we …

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Why Carbon Positive? Understanding Carbon Terminology.

The climate crisis is becoming more evident. The 2019/2020 fire season in Australia was unprecedented and the loss of natural habitat, flora and fauna was almost unbearable to witness. All around the world, we are witnessing extraordinary changes in the climate, and the impacts and costs to lives and livelihoods grow over time.  We have …

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Planting in the Great Southern

In partnership with Threshold Environmental, and with support from the Small Farms grant and your generous donations, we have recently completed our planting at Cranbrook and Tenterden.   Favourable winter rainfall has led to an initial survival and germination that indicate the 2020 project areas are on track for successful establishment.  The site at Cranbrook spans …

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CarbonCare planting


  Carbon Positive Australia has been supported by Lotterywest and the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development to deliver a research project into the carbon market. In particular, the CarbonCare™ project is surveying farmers, landholders who have participated in carbon planting, and organisations who could potentially offset their emissions. Through this research we are hoping …

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