Project Information

Pattison Native Forest Protection Project

Avoided Deforestation

Located near Louth, in Western New South Wales, Pattison has been home to a registered carbon project since 2015. Due to the project an area of native vegetation just over 4,000ha in size is now protected for 100 years.

Landholder, Neil Clark, has used funding from the project to upgrade fencing around the property, improve water infrastructure and to help manage business debt.

As a result of the project, Neil has been able to maintain more sustainable stocking rates and better control feral animals. This has been of great benefit to the natural environment at Pattison, noticeably reducing erosion and topsoil loss on the property.

Key Benefits

Sequesters carbon to mitigate climate change
Protection of native vegetation and habitat for native flora and fauna
Reduced erosion
Investment in farm infrastructure
Improved feral animal management
Improved financial security & business resilience

UN Sustainable
Development Goals



Avoided Deforestation 1.1 Methodology Determination 2015

Registered ID

Date registered

April 2015

Project area





Louth, NSW


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