AusIndustry Entrepreneurs’ Program Innovation Connection Backs up Sustainable Farming with Science Southern Cross Agricultural Exports (SCAE) is a business that grew from a network of cropping farmers sharing best practices. Over time, they noticed their input costs were rising but outputs weren’t. This led a core group of farmers all utilising the services of… Continue reading A Carbon Footprint Model for crops: benefits of sustainable farming
Dirt is Dead, Soil is Alive With Biology Loss of soil cover, soil carbon, and the degradation of soil health has turned millions of hectares of agricultural lands into dirt and greatly reduced the ability to sustainably grow food on agricultural lands. Reduced cover and bare ground impact soil temperature by up to 50°C… Continue reading Dirt = Hurt and Soil = Soul
The Land 19 Feb 2021 Australia is now the first country in the world to have a certification scheme for regenerative and sustainable farmers, and their produce.
The year 2021 may already be better for the planet after the launch of Good Root Beer in Queensland. Like many of us right now, the Good Root Beer has made some serious promises, but unlike most New Year's resolutions, the beer is backed by science. The Australian pale ale was born amid the pandemic… Continue reading How enjoying a good root and a beer can help fight against climate change