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Carbon Accounting

SAAL Landscape Board staff worked with 10 pastoral businesses during a Carbon Accounting Workshop in March 2022 to measure the Carbon Footprint of pastoral businesses in the region.

As a result, a case study was produced with the team at Buckleboo Station. This case study will help you understand why and how a carbon emissions footprint can be developed and used.

Across South Australia, four case studies were produced. The remaining documents focus on horticulture, mixed cropping and livestock and wine grapes.

Read the case study with a pastoral focus.

Carbon Accounting does not mean carbon farming and the two practices are very different.

For information about the farming of carbon, visit the Carbon Farming page on our website.