Below the Ground - Soil Carbon: Jennifer West

Practical Changemakers: A Carbon Positive Story

01-08-2022 • 37 minutos

Join Jennifer West, Founder and Managing Director of Carbon West, a WA based carbon farming consultancy as she discusses just what inspired her to get behind wokring in the carbon sector and in particular why soil carbon is so important.

Experienced in regenerative farming, journalism, publishing, natural resource management administration, small business, directorship and soil carbon project development Jennifer has a broad range of knowledge and experience. She has managed a fine-wool Merino breeding program, completed numerous environmental protection/regeneration projects (including creek line fencing, revegetation, vermin control and weed eradication), improved farm management infrastructure, implemented annual cropping programs and introduced numerous 'sustainable farming' initiatives across a property she farmed with her husband near Boyup Brook.

This episode will help you to understand just how important soil is to the agricultural sector in Australia.

Check out all our current and future projects here, giving you an overview on how Carbon Positive fosters a collaborative relationship in an effort to mitigate climate change

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