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Graziers put a price on changes to land use

By Peter Carruthers
The Morning Bulletin
July 31, 2017

BOWEN grazier Bob Harris told an agriculture climate workshop in Proserpine he was already “one of the converted”.

The workshop hosted by Reef Catchments consisted of two parts; the first addressed climate adaptation and applying the climate risk matrix, while the second session addressed carbon farming.

General manager of GreenCollar, Dave Moore, spoke to the group about carbon farming.

“There is an opportunity to integrate carbon in much smaller parcels of land and there may be opportunities to have collective arrangements where you might get neighbours together to do a carbon project,” Mr Moore said.

Read the full article here.

 – this article waoriginally published on The Morning Bulletin website, 31 July 2017

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