Sat, 17 June|
Moss Vale Services Club
Soil Carbon Symposium - Wingecarribee
Demystifying all you need to know about sequestering soil carbon.
Time & Location
17 June, 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Moss Vale Services Club, Argyle St &, Yarrawa St, Moss Vale NSW 2577, Australia
About the event
If you answer yes to any one of the following questions you should not miss this event:
- Do you own or manage agricultural or rural land in excess of 100 acres? (Smaller holdings conducting rural or agricultural pursuits e.g. horticulture, viticulture, poultry etc, require special consideration and a separate unique application process).
- Are you interested to discover what the Soil Carbon Sequestration potential means to you and your property in regard to:
a) Financial yields?
b) Production increases?
c) Good environmental outcomes?
d) Property asset value increase?
RegenAction is promoting this Soil Carbon Symposium to bring to the shire the information and education surrounding this much talked about subject and the opportunity that presents for Rural Landowners.
Hear from industry representatives and experts currently facilitating in this space: -
Programme 12.00 pm - Doors open and registration
12:30 pm - Kirstine McKay: Chair of RegenAction, acknowledgement of country and an introduction to RegenAction and it’s place in our community. Outlines the Purpose of this Symposium, and the steps to achieve the desired outcomes from the event.
1:00 pm - Rob Skinner: Director of RegenAction Rural Projects, as a regenerative land-manager walks through the experience at local Scribbly Gum Farm that is now a CER registered and has just completed base line soil testing. Rob shares his on-ground experience from initiating one of the first Carbon Sequestration Projects in the shire.
2:00 pm - Jennifer Lauber-Patterson: Frontier Impact Group, as an ASIC and CER approved service provider representing landowner interests, Provides insight into the role as the interconnect between the Landholder and CER administration. Explains the process and procedure from application to CCU payment.
3.00 pm: – Afternoon tea, interaction with panelists and networking.
3:30 pm - Q&A with Peter Andrews and panelists: - Provides insights on how to activate your soils to fast-track soil carbon accumulation. How to utilise both biological and technological applications to reveal the right indicators for best outcomes. The simple everyday tools the practitioner can apply to give on property evaluation for both process and progress.
4:30 pm: - Conclusion.
Doors open and registration
Kirstine McKay, Regen Action