Join us for a webinar to understand more about carbon sequestration on your farm. Learn about practical ways of increasing carbon storage and managing your soils effectively.
Based at Bridge Farm in Somerset, strategic dairy farmer David Cotton will share the measures he has taken to improve carbon storage and explore opportunities for the future.
You’ll also hear from Harley Stoddart AHDB Senior Environment Scientist about the facts behind carbon capture and storage, focussing on soil management practices to build soil organic matter and the role of trees and hedgerows.
And Sarah Bolt, Kingshay’s membership development manager, will take you through the results from Kingshay’s recent soil organic carbon research project which looked at soil organic carbon and soil management for 100 grassland fields across the country.
In the meeting you will learn:
- How Bridge Farm has addressed carbon sequestration
- How to improve soil organic carbon levels
- About Kingshay’s soil organic carbon research results
- The facts about carbon sequestration and storage
- The link between profitable farming and carbon efficiency
We want to make the session as interactive as possible, so we’d invite you to sign up and share your experience and raise questions for discussion.
Who should attend this webinar?
Anyone interested in finding out more about Carbon sequestration and soil management.
To register, click here.