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Atlas LIVE: Is Soil Carbon Farming Right for You?

To shed light on the potential of soil carbon farming across various property types and profiles, we're pleased to invite you to watch our Atlas LIVE webinar.

Sheeda Cheng,  Head of Marketing - Atlas Carbon

Over the past year, we've had the privilege of listening to the experiences and opinions of hundreds of livestock farmers throughout Australia regarding soil carbon projects. One common misconception we've encountered is the belief that soil carbon farming is suitable for a specific type of grazing business, defined by traits such as land size, rainfall, and practices.

While it's true that very small properties with a handful of livestock might face some limitations, you might find it surprising to learn about the diversity of properties involved in or on their way to implementing soil carbon projects. Each property boasts its own unique characteristics, challenging the notion that soil carbon farming is only for a small subset of grazing properties.

To shed light on the potential of soil carbon farming across various property types and profiles, we're pleased to invite you to watch our Atlas LIVE webinar. This concise 30-minute session was led by our CEO, Ashley Silver, and Product Manager, Lauren Oldfield. Together, they present real-world examples showcasing a spectrum of grazing businesses that have either made progress or are actively running soil carbon projects.

Atlas LIVE: Is Soil Carbon Farming Right for You?  

What was covered:

  • - Insights into how different property types can benefit from soil carbon farming.
  • - Real-world examples of Australian properties that are either in the process of implementing or are just starting their journey with soil carbon projects.
  • - Learning more about the key elements that make a soil carbon project not just feasible but advantageous for your business.

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