Carbon Farming Opportunities

​​​​​​​​​​The Tasmanian Government is assisting Tasmanian primary producers to understand and access opportunities to engage in carbon farming. 

This includes providing assistance with the cost of accessing eligible advice about how to develop carbon initiatives on their land. The advice can be used to guide project design on potential carbon farming methods that may apply and related co-benefits. Tasmanian primary producers could then consider applying for funding through programs such as the Tasmanian Landcare Action Grants or access the carbon credit market through the Australian Government’s Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF). 

Assistance provided by the Tasmanian Government includes the following:

Carbon farmi​​ng workshops

Workshops are being held across the State to inform potential program participants about how to establish baselines, understanding different carbon markets, understanding the role of aggregators in the market, details of funding under the Carbon Farming Advice Rebate Pilot and Landcare Action Grants.

Upco​ming​ workshops

Carbon Farming - Tasmanian Government Programs Information​​​
  • ​Ho​sted by DPIPWE and TIA the online webinar will explain the application processes for the Carbon Farming Rebate Pilot Program and the ​Landcare Action Grants.
  • Statewide
  • Online webinar 27 October (12.30 - 1.30 pm) - ​register​

Carbon Farming and Carbon Accounting
  • Facilitated with NRM North this face-to-face workshop includes an interactive session to help farmers calculate their on-farm emissions.
  • Deloraine
  • Workshop 9 November (10 am - 2 pm) - register​

​Carbon Farming Advice Rebate Pilot Program 

A new program providing primary producers with rebates of up to $10,000 for advice sought about carbon farming projects, carbon farming methods that might apply and related co-benefits. 

Find out more about the Carbon Farming Ad​vice Rebate ​Pilot Program.

Scheduled to open November 2021.

Landcare Action Grants 

Expansion of the existing program to enable landholders to access grant funding for on-ground works that are required for accessing the carbon credit market.  

Find out more about Landcare A​ction Grants​.

Scheduled to open November 2021.​


Useful resources

  • The Climate Solutions Fund explains the different project types, eligibility requirements etc for the Australian Government’s carbon markets that they deliver. The webpage including the Quarterly Carbon Market Report that provides an indication of the Australian Carbon Credit Unit (ACCU) spot prices.






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