Our approach to combat climate change is to take degraded, unused farmland 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.
2020 Planting Projects
Location: Eurardy; Nanda country
Why It's Important: Eurardy reserve protects more than 500 plant species, including five nationally endangered or vulnerable species.
Location: Cranbrook, WA; Minang Noongar country
Why It's Important: The planting site directly abuts the Stirling Ranges National Park, and we are hoping our biodiverse plantings there will provide a wildlife corridor with the park.
Location: Borden, WA; Koreng Noongar country
Why It's Important: On this site, we are working with experts to research rehabilitating saline land. The results have the potential to change how carbon farming on salt ridden land is seen across the world.
Location: Brookton, WA; Balardong Noongar country
Why It's Important: This site will host a mix of biodiverse species and sandalwood. The sandalwood is being tested as a potential way for landowners to get future income from the land they rehabilitate with CNCF.
Our Projects Across Australia
Use this interactive map to see how many trees have been planted at each site by clicking on an icon.