We offer a menu of feasibility, set up and ongoing project services that will ensure your soil project is firing on all cylinders and compliant with the relevant methodology requirements! We help farmers land on a compliant and air-tight strategy to successfully build carbon in their soil. We provide third-party contractor connections, as well as options to coordinate and optimise mapping, stratification and baseline sampling.
A soil carbon project is when you change the way you manage your cropping or grazing system to increase the amount of carbon stored in your soil. By building carbon in your soil, you are subsequently removing it from the atmosphere. This process is called soil carbon sequestration and you can earn Australian carbon credits for measuring your increase in soil carbon.
We’ve made it easy to check if you’re land is eligible and that you can fulfil the practical obligations of a soil carbon project with our Soil Carbon Eligibility Checklist!
Getting carbon running through an existing farming system can result in increased farm productivity and other benefits including:
You can tap into our feasibility services to understand the full financial and practical considerations of undertaking a soil carbon project on your enterprise. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a bell at (08) 6835 1140 to be connected with one of our project facilitators.
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Planned stubble retention, no till practices, multi-species perennials, rotational grazing and the application of nutrients across 25 years over a 9,700 Hectare property.
Increase soil organic carbon by 0.42% across project lifetime, drawing down 20 tonnes of carbon per Ha.
To reduce costs, the landowner will write their own Land Management Strategy using CFF template, coordinate the project and keep detailed project records to limit consultant site visits.
|Average carbon price over 25 years**||$35 Spot Price||$55 Spot Price|
Landowner carbon units over 25 years*
Gross profit at 25 years
Gross profit per hectare per annum, over 25 years
Cost to produce each carbon credit
Additional lifetime costs
* Factors CFF’s incentive fees at the time of publication, and is based on local soil carbon sampling. If soil tests aren’t available then regional data is used to estimate soil carbon levels.
**See www.accus.com.au to make your own price assumptions.