Want to know how MaiaGrazing’s customer, Cavan Station, set itself up to sell $500,000 of carbon credits to a technology giant?
Then, join us in the next Carbon Forum with Matt Crozier, GM of Cavan Station to hear all about it
Following on from the success of Wilmot Cattle Co., we’re proud to feature our next MaiaGrazing customer – Cavan Station in the second Carbon Forum on 27th May at 12pm AEST. In this 80-minute online event, you’ll learn more about the role of grazing management in building up soil carbon, the role of graziers in carbon sequestration, steps you can take today to kickstart your carbon projects, and of course – the ins and outs of Cavan Station’s $500,000 carbon credits sale to a technology giant.
Carbon Forum feat Cavan Station
When: Thursday 27th May at 12pm AEST (Sydney, Australia) | Wednesday 26th May 9pm CDT (Texas, USA)
Duration: 80 minutes in total- 60 minutes panel discussion + 20 minutes audience Q&A
How: Register for free using the “Save my seat” button below
Who is in the Carbon Forum?
- Matt Crozier, General Manager, Cavan Station
- Peter Richardson, CEO, MaiaGrazing
- Doug McNicholl, Program Manager – Sustainability Innovation, Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA)
- Dr Terry McCosker, Director, RCS
- Moderator: Dr Susan Orgill, Research Leader (Soil Carbon), NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI)
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Watch our first Carbon Forum featuring Wilmot Cattle Co.
You can watch a replay of it here.
Interested, but can’t make it?
We highly encourage you to register to the Carbon Forum if this topic is of interest to you, even if you can’t attend the live online event. The reason for this is that you’ll receive an early access replay of the recorded session. You can still submit a question for our panel by completing the registration form via the ‘Save my seat‘ button.