Moombidary Forest Regeneration


Native Forest Regeneration
Indigenous Land Use

Project overview

The Traditional Custodians have formed a partnership with the property owner of Moombidary Station to work on native forest regeneration. This project aims to reduce the negative impact of agricultural practices on native trees, and to support the indigenous use of the land. To achieve this, the project involves investing in new infrastructure, establishing rotational grazing practices and providing meaningful employment for the local indigenous population.

By reducing grazing and protecting trees, the project revegetated the land and helps restore it to its natural state. This not only helps to preserve and protect the local ecosystem, but it also leads to a reduction in carbon emissions.



975,000Tons of CO2 removal
150,000Hectares of land
2015-2042Project life

Sustainability Goals

With Clima, your money goes towards supporting projects that are in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Below are the goals recognised by the Moombidary Forest Regeneration Project.


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