The Problem

We all want to leave the land in better condition than when we arrived.

Navigating the journey to regeneration is different for each farmer and we know it can feel overwhelming to decide where to start and what to do next. Farming is more than just principles, practices, and measurements. It is a deeper understanding of how we connect as stewards with the land.

Issue 01

No Carbon in the Soil

Industrial farming practices that result in bare agricultural ground releases carbon into the atmosphere.

Issue 02

Reduction of Biodiversity

Industrial farming methods have depleted our natural biodiversity, accelerated species extinction and destroyed much of the world’s natural wildlife habitat.

Issue 03

Drought & Desertification

A third of earth’s soil is acutely degraded due to industrial agriculture resulting in desertification with over 40% of the world’s population affected.

Our Solution

What we can do about it

By transitioning to regenerative agricultural practices, we can help rebuild carbon levels in the soil. 

Technique 01

Multi-species & cover crops

Multi-Species cropping increases diversity in farming systems by growing a variety of different plants together. It is the most effective way to improve soil health and reverses damage caused by years of industrial, full tillage farming practices.

In practical terms, this means that a system of regenerative agriculture will look more like a natural ecosystem than a mono-cultured field.

Technique 02

Holistic grazing

Cattle play a fundamental role in regenerating our soils. Holistic grazing frequently rotates livestock to help restore deserts back into grasslands. 

This gives the pasture a chance to recover fully before being re-grazed, which benefits the soil, wildlife and ensures that manure is spread evenly.

Technique 03

Water cycle restoration

Restoring the natural water cycles supports the soil's ability to absorb water when it rains and release it when it is dry. Combining this with agroforestry, where trees and plants are grown with crops and pasture, enhances the lands capacity to store water. 

This moderates air and soil temperature, helps repair water cycles, supports biodiversity, draws down carbon and enhances soil organic matter.

Why It Matters

The impact on our environment.

Increasing carbon in the soil cleans our air, saves water, improves biodiversity, and grows healthier food.

Improved biodiversity

Supports climate stability through functioning ecosystems. These natural systems incorporate the whole, leaving roles for everything to work in harmony. 

Do you want to farm more regeneratively?

We're here to help.

Join the Carbon8 Regen Community of Practice and receive real support from coaches and peers as you forge a path towards regeneration


Embracing Nature

Farmer's have told us that they need help when it comes to farming more regeneratively. Carbon8's purpose is to transition farmers to regenerative agriculture and support them on their journey. The Community of Practice is designed to move farmers through an annual program that includes strategic thinking and planning to help them achieve their farming vision. 

Connect with other land stewards who are passionate about improving the ecological function of their farm. Engage in rich discussions, exchange invaluable insights, and forge connections to help you make the best decisions for your farm. 

Together, we will delve into the heart of regenerative agriculture, discovering innovative techniques and ancient wisdoms that breathe life back into the earth. Join our online Community of Practice and let us support you in regenerating your farm.

An Australian first

Carbon8 has developed an Australian-first program that provides farmers at any stage of their regenerative journey with the resources and support required to move towards verification in recognition for their contribution to regenerating our farms and landscapes.

Regenerative Coach inspecting the dirt with fellow farmers

Regen Rewards

We provide farmers with access to rewards that are tied to the positive outcomes they are producing on farm including Verification. The program also opens additional strategic opportunities such as increased profitability, premium pricing for verified products, access to carbon projects and more.

Strength in Community

Farming can be an isolating gig, sometimes with hundreds of kilometres between you and the next farm. The Community of Practice closes that gap and introduces you to a peers and coaches ready to share their expertise, learnings and successes to help you farm with confidence.

Speak to one of our Farm Team today

If you are ready to take the next step on your regenerative journey and wondering how the Community Of Practice can help you, let's chat

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