Cool Soils Initiative demonstrates opportunity in carbon

Stephen Burns
Updated August 2 2021 - 11:08am, first published July 7 2021 - 7:00am
FarmLink chief executive officer Andrew Bulkeley, Temora, says FarmLink is delighted to be part of the Cool Soil Initiative. Photo: FarmLink
FarmLink chief executive officer Andrew Bulkeley, Temora, says FarmLink is delighted to be part of the Cool Soil Initiative. Photo: FarmLink

Members of a farming-focused soils and emissions monitoring and management group, called The Australian Cool Soils Initiative, are excited about some recent indicative test results that have demonstrated their paddocks may have a greater ability to capture carbon than initially anticipated.

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Stephen Burns

Stephen Burns

Journalist, Wagga Wagga

Jackaroo on Merino sheep studs in the Riverina, a lifetime working on the land with sheep, cropping and cattle. Graduate Charles Sturt Uni with degree in Business and a Dean's Certificate. Graduate C.B. Alexander Agricultural College

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