Of course the choice of land is crucial. We need land which is ...
♦ Previously cleared for some other purpose (eg farm land).
♦ Capable of sustaining Tree growth (eg not Desert).
♦ Not susceptible to bush fire, or theft of timber.
Land price is also an important issue; we want to be able to plant trees as economically as possible, so that it does not cost you a fortune to get your trees planted.
We base our tree planting locations on the best available science about the habitat value of the trees that we plant for threatened fauna. Our objective is to offset more than just the impact of climate change, but also to achieve biodiversity gains.
We have experience and expertise in ecology and natural reource management and have excellent relationships with the many government bodies that regulate the environment.
Click here for details of our Tree Planting policy.