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Louth

Darling River Conservation Initiative #9

North-west of Louth in New South Wales, Glenora and King’s Bore sit on relatively flat terrain of soft, red, sandy soil. Across over 33,000ha the landscape ranges from open shrub[...]
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Cobar

Darling River Eco Corridor #37

According to Vanessa and Dudley Reschke there are three words that describe the outcomes of their carbon project – sustainability, security and diversity. They credit their human[...]
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Bourke Shire

Conlea Native Forest Protection Project

Peter is responsible for the management of over 6,500 hectares of established native forest, and is now regenerating and additional 12,000 hectares alongside his livestock, which h[...]
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Bourke

Trafalgar Native Forest Protection Project

Over five years into his native forest protection project, David Turnbull says the improvements in the landscape have been profound – not just in the project area, but across the[...]
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Louth

Trilby Station Native Forest Protection Project

The Murrays can see their carbon project and their stocking enterprise complement each other. The additional income from the carbon project has helped significantly improve their i[...]
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Wanaaring

Darling River Eco Corridor #33

No one goes into farming to ruin the soil but most farmers will admit to sometimes being forced to push their land harder than they would like. For Matt and Valli Sheridan those da[...]
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Bourke

Lower Lila Native Forest Protection Project

Around 50km north west of Bourke in NSW, Lower Lila Station sits near the edge of the Warrego River. Heather Cameron has run a Merino sheep enterprise on the property for nearly 30[...]
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Walgett

Glenogie Native Forest Protection Project

With the effects of a changing climate being felt all over Australia, there are many plant and animal species that need more than a helping hand to see the next century through.
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