This site has been developed by Climate Friendly and supported by funding from the Australian Government.
This website aims to assist farmers, land managers and other stakeholders across Australia to: learn about the Emissions Reduction Fund and Carbon Farming. Discover how to commence and manage a project, see what projects are already happening and get in touch with people and organisations that can help.
Carbon Farming and the Emissions Reduction Fund are evolving and changing rapidly so if there is any content that you would like included on this site or if there is content on the site that is no longer current or relevant please contact us with details.
We also welcome feedback and suggestions for how the site can be improved.
This is a free resource which is made publicly available and updated at no cost to you, the user. If you or your organisation can offer assistance or a service that is applicable and would like to be listed on our Who Do I Contact section or you can provide more information about projects please contact us.
myCarbonFarming has only been made possible through funding from the Australian Government Extension and Outreach Program. This program assists farmers and land managers to participate in land sector emissions reduction activities and the Carbon Farming Initiative.
For more information on other projects that are part of this program see our Extension and Outreach Page .
The project team would like to offer our thanks to members of the
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||Regional Landcare Facilitator
||Member of Graingrowers National Policy Group
||Best Environmental Technologies
|Anna Pickworth||Senior Project Officer, North Kimberley Fire Abatement Project||Kimberley Land Council
|Caroline van Tilborg
||Development Specialist | Farm Services
||AusCott Chairman and member of the NFF Carbon Taskforce
||Future Farmers Network and Auscott
||Climate Specialist | Farm Services
||Training Services Manager
|Polly Grace||Carbon Outreach Officer||Kimberley Land Council