A native forest from a managed regrowth project allows native vegetation to grow and become forest by stopping activities that suppress or destroy regeneration of native vegetation. These activities must be replaced with new management practices that allow native tre​es to regenerate and become forest. The project helps to reduce the amount of greenhouse gas entering the atmosphere because carbon is stored, or sequestered, in the trees as they grow.

What Can I Do?

Implementing a managed regrowth of native forest for the purposes of a Emissions Reduction Fund project needs to be undertaken in line with the requirements of the program. You can find details about this through the program’s website.

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ERF – Native Forest for Managed Regrowth Method