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  • Carbon farming could be an exciting new opportunity for the land and people of WA’s Outback.

  • It would help restore our landscapes, create more habitat for wildlife and help fight climate change while providing new jobs and income for pastoralists and remote communities.

  • Carbon farming is already transforming parts of WA’s Wheatbelt, but across the rest of WA (which is 90% of our state and regarded as ‘Outback’) carbon farming isn’t allowed.

  • It’s great that the WA Government has indicated positive support for carbon farming, but it should now be a top priority to reform our outdated laws, develop the necessary policy, and allow land managers to get on with the job.

  • Carbon farming in the Outback would be a win for people, nature, jobs and our climate.

  • Please let me know what you’re going to do.

Our Outback is an amazing place, but what makes it special is at risk. 

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