Carbon Farming

Carbon is essential for life and cycles through living things and minerals. Farming cultivates land for food and resources.

Carbon farming combines these by regenerating ecosystems, improving agriculture, and storing carbon in soil. It's easy to adopt across various climates.

Practices include rotational grazing, planting trees with crops, and reducing soil disturbance. These methods improve soil health, water use, and climate resilience.

Effectiveness varies depending on location, water, and farm size. Arid regions with limited water may struggle to implement some practices.

Carbon farming offers economic opportunities through carbon credit systems, but challenges include awareness, policy, and technology support.