Making good ground.

Secure the future with carbon farming

Land Productivity
Improved Soil Health
Drought Resilience
Enhanced Biodiversity

Simplify carbon farming complexity with CarbonLink.

Carbon farming is a comprehensive strategy for business viability, land productivity, and environmental improvement that will lead to a secure farming and financial future for you and future generations.

When you partner with CarbonLink, you’ll gain clarity amidst all the complexity. Our straightforward processes and practical strategies simplify your transition to and continuation of carbon farming practices. Work with us, and you’re not just investing in your future; you’re creating a clear path to economic success and environmental legacy in the changing world of Australian agriculture.

113,863 Tonnes

of greenhouse gases
sequestered into the soil

85,262 ACCUs

the second largest amount awarded to an individual carbon project

Carbon Impact

12t of C02-e sequestered for every tonne of livestock grazed

Confused about carbon sequestration and ACCUs?

You’re not alone.

Carbon sequestration is the process by which carbon dioxide (CO2) is removed from the atmosphere and stored long-term in soil and vegetation – plants absorb CO2 from the air and convert it into organic carbon through photosynthesis, storing the extracted carbon in the plant and its root system. You can also increase carbon storage in the soil by reducing tillage and introducing organic matter.

When you increase carbon storage in these natural reservoirs, you reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere, offset greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impact of climate change.

To encourage the farmers to implement land management practices that improve carbon sequestration or reduce emissions, such as revegetation and reforestation, as part of a carbon farming project, farmers can earn Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs).

ACCUs can be sold on the carbon market, providing a significant financial benefit to you. However, it is essential that you maintain your obligations under your carbon farming agreement for its entire duration to avoid risks such as a loss of soil carbon or adverse effects on biodiversity.

CarbonLink will guide you through the entire process to ensure you understand the process specific to you and your property so you can maximise the benefits of ACCUs and minimise any risks.

The NetImpact Programme

End-to-end. Wherever we’re needed.
  • 01. EOI

    To begin your journey to a better farming future, contact us by filling out and sending the form on this site or calling us at 1800 97 57 34. Once we receive your EOI, one of our Carbon Farming Advisors will contact you.

  • 02. Assessment

    Your Carbon Farming Advisor will work with you to ascertain the nature of your property and determine its suitability for a carbon project. They’ll also run you through the processes and explain the risks and opportunities in detail.

  • 03. NetImpact Plan

    Once we’ve completed all preliminary testing, you will receive your tailored NetImpact Project Plan outlining the approach and actions needed to meet the agreed objectives.

  • 04. NetImpact Management & Support

    To get the best results from your project, you can count on ongoing support from CarbonLink in the form of continuing reporting and management, information and educational material designed to maximise your investment.

Latest Industry News & Events

A multi-generational beef cattle farm near Walcha in the Northern Tablelands of NSW has achieved the significant milestone of hosting just the second soil carbon project in NSW to generate Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs).
May 2024
We’re at Beef Week 2024 and can’t wait to see you there. Come and chat with us at our stand in the Tech Yards and Innovation Hub for an in-depth understanding of carbon farming and how it can help you, and chat about how our superior science and tech drive better results.
The effects of soil degradation go far beyond our own backyards – they can lead to reduced crop yields, increased water and air pollution, an increase in the cost of food production, desertification, and even significant contributions to climate change.
The McGowan Government will deliver $3.3 million to 10 innovative carbon farming projects to help unlock the potential for Western Australian agriculture to mitigate climate change through carbon sequestration.
Australian farmers have the potential to increase their profitability by engaging in a soil carbon project, according to leading soil carbon project developer CarbonLink.