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Meet this week's Farmers in Focus, Jake & Francesca Fennell from Wintanna Station in SA. Jake and Francesca are employing many climate-smart strategies on their 3812km2 station, and want the federal government to provide financial incentives for producers to 'do the right thing' for sustainability and the climate.

To learn more about their story, follow this link: farmersforclimateaction.org.au/climate-smart/wintanna-station/
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Meet this weeks Farmers in Focus, Jake & Francesca Fennell from Wintanna Station in SA. Jake and Francesca are employing many climate-smart strategies on their 3812km2 station, and want the federal government to provide financial incentives for producers to do the right thing for sustainability and the climate.

To learn more about their story, follow this link:  https://farmersforclimateaction.org.au/climate-smart/wintanna-station/

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Exactly. Farmers for Climate Action the lnp/nats are undermining the farming community. (Sorry that wasn't a deliberate pun, but now we are stuck with it!😉) Just about everyone except it seems for those benefiting from coal support acknowledge climate change is coming. Doing nothing will only make a farmers lot harder. Crops and cattle will die from higher temps and then top soils lost in floods. Farmers are doing their best to make the change but tech, education and financial support would help farmers help everyone. www.progressives.org.au/

Regenerative farming. This is my farm I bought it run down and over grazed. The foreground is what it was like when we got it. The background is what it looks like when we got control of where the cattle grazed and when. According to the figures I sourced on carbon footprints I am sequestering 2000T+ a year in carbon. It not hard to do but it is expensive if you hire someone to come and fence for you.

Actually, they can be... But they are not.

That's a good photo too

Interesting. Had to look it up, but it's good to see that regenerative grazing could be an answer climate-wise, because getting people to give up meat would be even more of a political nightmare than trying to get them moving on the energy sector (which should have been a no-brainer but has been toxicly hampered by the fossil fuel lobby)

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