It’s well known that getting carbon flowing through an existing farm system can boost a farm’s bottom-line and enhance the health and resilience of its soils, crops, and paddocks. The problem is that getting involved in carbon farming can be confusing, difficult, and expensive. We have found that most landowners are sitting on the fence and unsure where to start.
We’re breaking new ground with our do-it-yourself Carbon Farming model, where CFF provides resources, guidance, software, and support so landowners feel confident to successfully set up and manage their own carbon crops.
We think landowners should come away with 95-100% of the carbon credits from their carbon crops. And as a registered not-for-profit, all profits that come into the organisation go back to helping Aussie farmers.
We work in the background to make sure the farmer has dotted all the i’s and crossed all the t’s during their project. We like to think of it as the farmer handles the project side of things, and we handle the red tape side of things.
Our services, in a nutshell, will include:
Long term technical support and advice for the life of a project.
Software that automates the processes and lays a carbon project out into a simple step-by-step process.
Training, guidebooks, templates and learning resources to set the carbon crops up for success.
Connection to trusted funding and trading opportunities, via partners.
We also draw upon a network of vetted sub-contractors and delivery partners, who can help on-the-ground
We have a transparent fee structure that outlines all fees and costs from the get-go. We share the risk of crop failure. When the landowner succeeds, we succeed.
Our DIY approach harnesses the talents of farmers to crash the costs of project delivery. The more you contribute, the more you are rewarded.
We don’t take farmers for a ride. Our agreements give you transparent exit pathways to cancel the project or our services at any time.
We help farmers grow carbon crops that boost a farm’s bottom line and enhance the health and resilience of soils, crops, and paddocks.
All profits come into the organisation go back into helping Australian farmers grow carbon crops.