What's Next for your
Carbon Soil Project?

Congratulations on completing the recent project focused on soil carbon stock estimation. This initiative marks a significant step towards a more sustainable and cost-effective approach to land management.

But remember, this is just the beginning of a much larger journey.

Access your data via farmlab

FarmLab Data at Your Fingertips

The email that you received that supplied the link to this web page also included a personalised Invitation link to obtain your data via subscribing to FarmLab.


By accessing that link and setting up your own FarmLab account you will immediately see your Farm and the data from this project. You can then share your farm and the related data with your agronomist, adviser, project consultant or whoever you choose.

Click the ‘Accept Invitation’ link in your email to get started.

additional learning and reading

Discover more about Soil Carbon

With your report in hand, it’s the perfect time to explore ways to enhance your soil carbon outcomes. Below, you’ll find a curated selection of resources designed to guide and support you in this endeavor.

Industry Overview & Tools

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The Clean Energy Regulator (CER)

The Clean Energy Regulator (CER) in Australia plays a pivotal role in facilitating the country's transition to a more sustainable and lower emissions future. It administers a range of schemes designed to reduce carbon emissions & promote the use of clean energy. Through these schemes, the CER establishes industry standards that guide businesses, organisations, and individuals.


An Online Emissions Calculator
by Ruminati

A Ruminati emissions report will provide you with an estimate of your property’s Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, along with an estimate of total and net emissions, and sequestration. If you have Ruminati PRIME, you’ll also be able to access advanced intensity metrics as well as forecast future emissions and see how you can move the dial to improve your footprint.


Greenhouse Accounting Frameworks (GAF) for Australian Primary Industries

Use these Frameworks to align with the National Greenhouse Gas Inventory, to predict the magnitude and sources of Greenhouse Gasses emitted from a farm and a product at farm gate.

CFA has over 14 years of experience answering all carbon farming questions, and the businesses marketplace directory has been carefully curated with businesses who can assist in these areas.

🔗 Visit Marketplace Directory

Soil health is vital to food and fibre production and maintaining a healthy environment. CSIRO’s research spans methodologies to measure soil carbon, digital technologies to improve soil management and cost-effective ways of tracking soil condition and increasing the amount of carbon stored in agricultural soils.

🔗 CSIRO – Soil Resources
🔗 CSIRO – Soil Carbon Resources


A farmer’s handbook to on-farm carbon management

This handbook is a handy introduction to carbon concepts and the requirements of participating in a carbon scheme. The guide details practical carbon sequestration activities and the potential cost and income implications.

Handbook created by AgriFutures & Ryzo

MLA - Carbon Neutral by 2030 Roadmap

The CN30 Roadmap outlines the vision and describes the journey ahead for industry. Let's pave the way’ for a prosperous, carbon neutral Australian red meat industry. MLA will take a lead role in working with people from all backgrounds in the search for opportunities for industry transition to a carbon neutral future.

Roadmap created by MLA

Carbon Farming
Fact Sheet

Store carbon for healthy soils and better yields - Maintaining and increasing the level of organic carbon in the soil will have benefits in terms of maximising water-holding capacity and crop productivity

Factsheet created by GRDC


The science behind carbon emissions, climate change, and the mechanisms of carbon sequestration are complex. The following educational resources may assist in providing some of the key principles and approaches that underpin the importance of environmental management and specifically carbon projects in improving landscapes and combating climate change.


Soil Science Australia is a not-for-profit, professional association for soil scientists and people interested in the responsible management of Australia’s soil resources. Soil Science Australia supports soil scientists and promotes the importance of soil as a finite resource.


Growing Soil Carbon 101 - Short Online Course by SoilCQuest 2031

This self-paced course is for Australian agricultural producers and their trusted advisors. The course uncovers growing carbon in cropping and grazing farm systems and unpacks carbon markets and ACCU Scheme (ERF) Carbon Farming Projects.

SoilCQuest is a not-for-profit independent research institute of scientists, farmers, agronomists, business, communication & engagement specialists.

Carbon Education Hub
By carbonfarming.org.au

Carbon Case Studies
By Carbon Market Institute

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With Regen Farming News

Additional Support

FarmLab works with a large number of organisations that provide a community of specialised knowledge and experience in carbon project planning and implementation.

It is not possible to list all the information on this page. If you need additional support, reply back to the email that sent you to this page with your questions and our team will assist in pointing you to the right resource or contact. 

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