Project Information

Darling River Eco Corridor #30

Human Induced Regeneration

North west of Bourke in New South Wales, Lincoln and Dimity Old have successfully combined carbon farming with livestock farming and seen the benefits flow through to their whole property.

The financial security their carbon project affords means they have been able to reduce grazing pressure across the land – not just within project areas – and have been rewarded with recovery of vegetation across the station and more productive grazing.

The carbon income has also provided much needed support during long periods of drought, and the Olds are happy to see the synergy of agriculture and carbon farming being adopted across the Western Division.

Key Benefits

Carbon sequestration to mitigate climate change
Regeneration of native vegetation
Improved land health and productivity
Improved business sustainability and drought resilience
Financial security

UN Sustainable
Development Goals



Human-Induced Regeneration of a Permanent Even-Aged Native Forest – 1.1 Methodology Determination 2013

Registered ID

Date registered

November 2017

Project area





Bourke, NSW


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