Location: Boundary Bend, Victoria
Project Methodology: Emission Reduction Fund’s Reforestation by environmental or mallee plantings FullCAM methodology
Project Size: 280 hectares
About the Project: Cobram Estate Olives has pioneered CFF’s DIY Carbon Model to plant over 200 hectares of trees across their Boundary Bend property. Their tree carbon project aims to significantly enhance local biodiversity, exclusively using mixed natives and mallee eucalypt species which are planted in strategic locations across the property to mirror some of the existing remnant vegetation found in the landscape.
The CFF is proud to play a part in Cobram Estate Olive’s first foray into carbon farming. We’re excited to share further updates as the seeds begin to lay roots and the leave appear.
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