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Landcare Australia
by Published on May 5, 2021

Over 130 landcare, farming groups and individual producers have applied via an open call for Expressions of Interest to participate in the Landcare Farming Benchmarking Project.

The 50 groups selected to participate across Australia are now training to measure the carbon footprint or natural capital of their business.

Following the training workshops, the participating groups will have an opportunity to develop a demonstration project showcasing farming practices that build carbon and increase the value 
of their ecosystem services.

An overarching project will aggregate lessons from these producer ‘hubs’ to address stakeholder investment and reporting needs. Information about the project is available on Landcarer, an online platform that helps people to connect, collaborate and communicate.

To make sure you are in the front seat for future information about this exciting project please join the Landcare Farming and Benchmarking Topics. To do so, just visit the Topics Menu at the top of your page and search for them, when you find them click join!

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