Our approach to combat climate change is to take degraded, unused land and restore the natural habitat by planting a mix of native trees and shrubs that are indigenous to the area. Planting trees offsets the carbon emissions we humans create in our everyday activities. Every carbon offset you purchase, every tree you give, every dollar you donate, helps us to plant more trees and shrubs and restore more of the Australian landscape.


New South Wales

Traditional Owners: Widjabul
Why It’s Important: The planting will create a wildlife corridor, allowing movement of species, including koalas.

koala in tree Nimbin
Eurardy Project

Eurardy Reserve

Western Australia

Traditional Owners: Nanda 
Why It’s Important: Eurardy reserve protects more than 500 plant species, including five nationally endangered or vulnerable species.


Western Australia

Traditional Owners: Minang Noongar
Why It’s Important: Part of the Gondwana Link, this eco-restoration property will strengthen linkage between reserves.

Brookton Project


Western Australia

Traditional Owners: Balardong Noongar 
Why It’s Important: This site will host a mix of biodiverse species and sandalwood and aims to reduce water tables, stabilise and regenerate eroded land, and create shelter and mixed grazing fodder for livestock.


Over the past decade, we have worked on a number of amazing projects within Australia.  Here are some examples.

Yarraweyah Falls

Western Australia

Traditional Owners: Goreng Noongar

Why It’s Important: The Yarraweyah Falls site lies within the Gondwana Link Conservation Project – one of the largest and most ambitious conservation projects in Australia.

Yarraweyah Falls Project
Bencubbin Project planting trees


Western Australia

Traditional Owners: Balardong Noongar
Why It’s Important: After 25 years, the landholders will be allowed to harvest the sandalwood planted as part of this restoration project (a small portion of the overall biomass). This creates a mutually beneficial model which we hope will encourage more landholders to restore land in the future. 


Western Australia

Traditional Owners: Goreng Noongar
Why It’s Important: Located in Great Southern, WA, our 240 hectares of planting in Badgebup helped us research planting in extreme soil types.

Badgebup Project
Yarra Yarra Project view


Western Australia

Traditional Owners: Amangu Noongar 
Why It’s Important: Our planting sites lie within the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor – one of only 35 internationally recognised global biodiversity hotspots. These regions have an exceptionally high number of flora and fauna species and collectively account for 90% of all species on earth.


Western Australia

Traditional Owners: Koreng Noongar
Why It’s Important: We are working with experts to undertake research on the rehabilitation of saline land. The results have the potential to change how carbon farming on salt ridden land is seen across the world.

Borden Project


Western Australia

Traditional Owners: Minang Noongar
Why It’s Important: The planting site directly abuts the Stirling Ranges National Park. We are hoping our biodiverse plantings will provide a wildlife corridor with the park.

Cranbrook Project
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