Collaborative carbon farming for soil management


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One option for overcoming the barriers to entry for soil carbon sequestration is to work together with other farmers. ​

The aim of this study was to evaluate the potential for landholder collaboration to assist the adoption of carbon farming in Australia, while also taking account of the potential risks, barriers, and downsides of collaborative approaches.


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Click to download the farmers handbook to on-farm carbon management

Casino Food Cooperative Farmer, Joseph Leven and University of Technology Sydney Senior Lecturer, Alex Baumber and Climate Friendly Executive Manager, Zoe Ryan.

This video is part of the Carbon Initiative Program, a $2 million investment across 15 projects to explore novel approaches to carbon storage, greenhouse gas emission reduction and emission avoidance, as well as methods to drive awareness, overcome barriers and develop market pathways for farmers, fishers and foresters.