What's Next for
your UQ 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.

Required Step

Insights Survey by UQ

One of the important elements of the project is to gain insights about land management practices as they may play a role in the management of carbon in the landscape. The University of Queensland has prepared a short 3-minute survey.

Your response to this survey would be highly valued to enrich the outcomes of this research. Please complete the survey at

Access your data via farmlab

FarmLab data at your fingertips

Many landowners have asked about accessing their data through the FarmLab platform. To learn more about FarmLab and to subscribe, please click the button to setup an account. Upon subscribing, we will seamlessly transfer all data to your new FarmLab account.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Links and Resources

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