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This December Landcare Farming brings you 3 new webinars.World Soils Day 5th December 2023

Register Here 2023 Update: Maximising Ecosystem Opportunities to Fit your Business: Carbon  

Landcare Farming Webinar: 2023 Update: Maximising Ecosystem Opportunities to Fit Your Business: Carbon

An update on last Decembers very popular Webinar – a LOT has been happening in the Carbon space in the past 12 months & Warwick Badgery, Richard Eckhard, Stephen Wiedemann, Andrew Jones & Mel Leather will provide the update! Tues 5 Dec, 2:00pm – 4:00pm (AEDT). In this webinar, you will receive advise on the latest ‘carbon literacy’ for producers and the role of carbon sequestration solutions in reaching decarbonisation targets. An update on the tax implications of carbon credits and the latest research, alongside the opportunities that will unfold for Australia’s agricultural industry in the coming years.Speakers:Dr Richard Eckard (VIC)Dr Warwick Badgery (NSW)Dr Stephen Wiedemann (QLD)Andrew Jones (QLD)Melinee Leather (QLD)


Register Here  Australia’s Soil Carbon Account with FarmLab  

Landcare Farming Webinar: Australia’s Soil Carbon Account with FarmLabGet ready for a deep dive into technology and environmental science on Tues 5 Dec, 11:00 – 12:30pm (AEDT). This webinar is designed to help growers understand advanced techniques for soil and environmental measurement, focusing on quantifying soil carbon. Discover FarmLab’s role in the National Soil Carbon Innovation Challenge and how growers can actively participate and benefit. By attending, you’ll gain the knowledge and tools to improve your environmental practices. Embrace technology, explore digital data monitoring, and support sustainable farming.

12 December 2023 – Understanding the Australian Feedbase Monitor

Session 1: 10:00am – 11:30am (AEDT) – Book here

Session 2: 6:00pm – 7:30pm (AEDT) – Book here

Landcare Farming Webinar: Understanding the Australian Feedbase Monitor: 12 December 2023Alastair Rayner from Cibo Labs will demonstrate how the Australian Feedbase Monitor can be used by land managers to support their on farm land management & grazing decisions for every individual property in the country.The session will cover:– What the Australian Feedbase Monitor (AFM) does and can be used for– Creating an AFM account for a property– Using the AFM in decision making– Accessing and using farm benchmark reports– Progressing to paddock level data through PastureKey

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