Restoring Landscapes

Carbon Landscapes is working with our farmers, community groups and other organisations to offset carbon, restore our landscapes, protect native fauna and reintroduce native species into the wild.

Restoring Threatened Species Habitat

Carbon Landscapes is working in partnership with our partners to establish predator-proof fences around our Gariwerd and Stony Rises properties.

For example, we are working with Odonata to prepare our Gariwerd site so that we can translocate threatened species from Odonata's Mt Rothwell property to re-establish populations before they are released into the Grampians National Park. This will also be done in partnership with Parks Victoria.

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Trees for Koala Habitat Project

Carbon Landscapes is working in partnership with Heartwood and landowners with private forestry plantations, to transition low-value timber into high-value Koala habitat.

Rather than clear low-value blue gum plantations, we are working with foresters to preserve these plantations, adding other biodiversity values such as mid and lower story indigenous plants and leaving fallen timber to create habitat for other native fauna. Eventually these areas will revert back to native habitat.

Carbon Landscapes will be working with neighbouring community groups and landowners to monitor populations in partnership with research institutions such as Federation University.

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Brush-tailed Phascogale Habitat Project

Carbon Landscapes is working in partnership with the Bunanyung Landscape Alliance to protect, enhance and restore native vegetation that is the main habitat for the Brush-tailed Phascogale.

We will be establishing nest boxes in trees to allow populations to recolonise recently established native vegetation plantations and are working with community groups and landowners to monitor populations.

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Trees for Habitat

Carbon Landscapes owns large areas of historically cleared land throughout Victoria’s section of the Great Diving Range.

We are offering opportunities for individuals, businesses and corporates to purchase trees directly from Carbon Landscapes to be planted in our Great Dividing Range Carbon Sink Project. Through simply buying a tree, your tree will be planted to create habitat for threatened native wildlife such as the Yellow-bellied Gilder, Masked Owl and Southern Brown Bandicoot.

Find out more about purchasing Trees for Habitat below.

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