Station vegetation regrowth a focus for Gawler Ranges carbon project

Kiara Stacey
Updated February 23 2024 - 12:04pm, first published January 3 2024 - 10:31am

Allowing the natural woody vegetation to grow, without being grazed for a period of time, is how a station with a land hold of more than 100,000 hectares is embarking on its carbon farming journey.

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Kiara Stacey

Kiara Stacey


Journalist for Stock Journal. Kiara was in classified sales at Stock Journal before joining the editorial team in 2021. Kiara completed a Bachelor of Communication (journalism) at Deakin University the year prior.

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