Sustainable Carbon Cropping Practices

Project Updates

Our researchers can be called upon by other CSU research centres for their input into integrated projects.
One such project is looking at how farmers manage cropping stubble with the aim of making practices both
profitable and sustainable.

VaughanHigginsAssociate Professor Vaughan Higgins, a social scientist, has been brought in to evaluate a project run by the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation.  The project Enabling landholders to adopt profitable and sustainable carbon cropping practices is a three year project (2012-2015) funded by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.

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