Robyn & Terry, York
"We would highly recommend Carbon Neutral plantings to other land owners. Since the Carbon Neutral planting in 2008, we have noticed a marked reduction in both salinity and water logging. In addition the water flowing into our creek is now fresher and this will in turn mean improved water quality in the local river system."
Keiron and Shayne, Bally Bally
"Working with Carbon Neutral was great, the land is worth more now, it's just like a park. In just one year some of the trees are over my head. I believe in what Carbon Neutral are doing, putting the trees back into land that should never have been cleared."
Trevor and Barbara, Wamenusking
"Carbon Neutral is great to work with - they are professional and thorough and the site manager has been helpful and informative. It is a great way to get more trees in the ground and fantastic to have a partner who is helping us and sharing the risk."
Bill Parker, CEO, Shire of Jerramungup – comments from letter August 2009 in relation to a development application for tree planting:
“A number of councillors highly commended Carbon Neutral’s application. Council particularly favours applications that utilize local species and designate planting areas in locations aimed to achieve sound environmental outcomes suitable for the specific attributes of the land”.
Keith Bradbury, Director, Gondwana Link Ltd – comments from letter 31 August 2010
“Restoration of the Carbon Neutral property, as proposed, will consolidate the conservation land use of the area and provide more manageable boundaries for the interface between conservation use and agricultural use.
The Gondwana Link Project “represents an important social and economic diversification for the area, a process that can only be enhanced through the ongoing and closely linked work of Carbon Neutral.
The ongoing survey work conducted in the area by our member groups continues to underline the very significant environmental values of the Corackerup area. There is an increasing number of significant plant and animal species known to depend on the area, and the value of the larger areas of remaining bush is increasingly appreciated”.