Carbon Farming 101
In This Webinar You Will Discover:
- A straightforward step-by-step explanation of what carbon farming is, how the system works, and the different ways farmers can be involved – addressing all the pros & cons and running through the processes involved in undertaking a carbon project.
- You will be introduced to the Carbon Farming Foundation and hear more about CFF’s Do-It-Yourself model making it simpler for Australian farmers to grow and manage carbon crops.
- Discover more about how when done right, carbon projects can boost a farm’s bottom line and increase the productivity of the land and how the key to this is carefully integrating carbon farming projects within an existing production system.
Are you still sitting on the fence about carbon farming and not sure where to start?
Now is the best time to discover more about Carbon Farming!
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Who Is Lachy Ritchie?
Growing up on the land, Lachy Ritchie is passionate about supporting the growth of Australian agriculture. Lachy has worked across the industry, from farmland acquisition to guiding carbon neutral certification for a food brand.
A key focus of Lachy’s work is supporting the uptake of farming practices that build soil health, improve the water cycle and enhance biodiversity.
In 2018 Lachy co-founded regenfarming.news, an online news and knowledge hub that has a dedicated global audience of farmers. Over the years, Lachy has co-founded several purpose-driven businesses, each generating financial returns while benefiting the broader environment and community.
In 2020 Lachy teamed up with a businessman, Norman Pater, to establish the Carbon Farming Foundation. The CFF was born from the belief that adjusting the way land is managed is the most important to reduce carbon emissions globally. They recognise that Australia (and the world) can’t get to net-zero emissions without farmers.