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WA Carbon Farming and Land Restoration Program Round 3 Now Open

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The CF-LRP provides financial assistance to establish new soil and vegetation projects across the South West Land Division in exchange for a portion of project's carbon credits.

More than $3.8 million has helped 16 carbon farming projects commence in the last three years. These projects are delivering both carbon sequestration and co-benefits such as biodiversity, soil health, agriculture productivity and salinity mitigation, and are engaging Aboriginal Ranger groups and service providers.

Get ready to apply if you've been:

• planning a revegetation, agroforestry or soil carbon farming project

• developing a Carbon Farming Plan through the ‘Carbon for Farmers Voucher Program’, or

• are incubating a project idea and are keen to get going.

To increase diversity of projects DPIRD strongly encourages the participation of Aboriginal landowners, ranger groups and service providers; and the involvement of Natural Resource Management, grower and community groups. Groups of landowners working together and agroforestry projects are also being sought.

To find out more come along to a workshop or visit