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Carbon Farming Initiative: From Plan to Practice workshop - Darwin
The Clean Energy Regulator is hosting a Carbon Farming Initiative: From Plan to Practice workshop on the early dry season savanna burning methodology determinations in Darwin on 2 October 2013.
The workshop aims to help land managers and their advisors understand what’s involved with the end-to-end implementation of a Carbon Farming Initiative project using these methodology determinations. It will be structured to provide everyone attending with a thorough insight into how to get started and how to run a Carbon Farming Initiative project.
Workshop content will include working through the end-to-end life of an example project and information from savanna burning industry experts, including the Indigenous Land Corporation. A copy of the workshop program is available.
To attend the workshop, RSVP by the date shown in the table below.
|Darwin||Wednesday, 2 October 2013||9.45am – 4.30pm||Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through early dry season savanna burning||Red 1.3.01 Charles Darwin University Ellengowan Drive, Casuarina||Wednesday, 25 September 2013|
For more information about individual workshops please call 1300 553 542 or email Carbon Farming Initiative.
On–farm demonstrations of climate change adaptation and mitigation activities, receiving funding under the Climate Change Research Program
In 2011—12, a national program of information sessions was delivered to industry advisors and primary producers as stand alone or partnered events.
The information sessions were tailored to the local region and, where possible, held on–farm or at a research demonstration site. The information sessions included information such as:
- Regional, sectorally relevant technologies, farming systems and tools developed through the CCRP research
- Current best practice and developing mitigation and adaptation options.
CCRP master events listing Excel [33 KB]
CCRP master events listing Word [47 KB]
The following resources were produced to capture the feedback from event attendees at:
Biochar at Wollongbar
Future Farm Forum at Wagga Wagga
For more information about Australia’s Farming Future and the Climate Change Research Program please phone 1800 638 746.
02 Sep 2013