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La Alicia

regenerative livestock

Regenerative Livestock
7,600
hectares.
450,000
carbon credits.
Ganadería regenerativa
7,600
hectáreas.
450,000
créditos de carbono

Project Overview

La Alicia project consists of implementing improved grazing management practices forest grasslands in the Centre North of Argentina. Intensive livestock grazing in this region has significantly impacted the health and fertility of these soils, leading to a decline in organic matter and carbon levels. These components are critical for soil productivity as they contribute to nutrient availability, water retention, and overall soil health.

Through the implementation of regenerative practices, this project aims to improve soil health and productivity, while sequestering significant amounts of carbon from the atmosphere. The core element of this approach is the division of large pastures into smaller paddocks, implementing rotational grazing, which allows periods of rest and recovery for the land. 

The project not only encourages landowners to transition to sustainable and ecologically sound land management practices but also seeks to make a positive impact on biodiversity. The implementation of regenerative grazing activities in areas with remnants of native trees or forests plays a crucial role in conserving natural habitats. Additionally, the deployment of socioenvironmental activities aims to foster positive change on local communities.

La Alicia is expected to generate +450,000 carbon credits over the project’s full life, to be certified by the Verified Carbon (VCS).