Human Induced Regeneration

QLD

Mount Surprise

North Queensland Conservation Initiative Site #3

Kinrara Station sits at the source of the Burdekin River, where permanent spring-fed creeks wind their way through ancient lava flows to feed the rich soils of the crater valley. I[...]
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NSW

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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NSW

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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NSW

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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