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Considering Carbon Farming? GreenCollar’s Mark Lincoln

GreenCollar’s Mark Lincoln caught up with the North Queensland Register to discuss what landholder’s need to know before considering a carbon farming project.

Check out the article here

Mark is our Queensland Business Manager based in Bundaberg and brings over 20 years’ experience in environment and resource management to GreenCollar’s Queensland team. He travels widely throughout the state meeting with landholders and other stakeholders.

Mark has a background in both the public and private sector, having worked for the Queensland Government, corporate entities and small businesses. He is well versed in legislation, negotiating mutually beneficial outcomes for complex land matters and managing contracts. Mark is keen to take the time to truly understand what is important to our landholders and provides excellent support to those getting involved in the carbon industry.

If you’re interested in carbon farming opportunities or would like some more information please contact:

QLD

Mark Lincoln 0438 196 635 – [email protected]

NSW

James Leigo 0400 376 999 – [email protected]

SA/WA

Jonathan Schultz 0405 142 400 –  [email protected]

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