Webinar – A Farmer Perspective – making sense of carbon and emissions

The following webinar, part of the Agriculture Victoria climate series, on 15th September may be of interest to you.

6 September 2022

A farmer perspective – making sense of carbon and emissions

Cam Nicholson and Fiona Conroy have a long interest in improving, measuring and understanding the benefits from managing the natural resources on their farm.

The main focus has been on soil, water, vegetation and fauna.  Actions include extensive tree planting, fencing off water storages, reticulation into troughs, soil testing every paddock every 3 years (since 1993), as well as bird and fauna monitoring.

More recently they have been interested in understanding the opportunities and future market challenges around carbon accounting and reporting.  In this webinar Fiona and Cam will describe their progress so far and their future thinking around carbon, emissions and sequestration.



Date: Thursday, 15 September 2022

Time: 12 pm (AEST)

Duration: One hour

Cost: Free

Go online to register your attendance on Zoom.



Cam Nicholson, Partner in Nicon Rural Services

Fiona Conroy, Manager of Knewleave Partnerships

Fiona and Cam run a self-replacing, commercial performance recorded Angus herd and a superfine wool Merino flock with a focus on productivity, animal welfare and environmental management.


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More information

For more information about these webinars, including assistance joining the webinar, email climate.webinars@agriculture.vic.gov.au