Sponsors - Booth Exhibitors
Visit the following Exhibitors at the Talkin' Soil Health Event:
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD)
DPIRD work to develop and protect Western Australia’s agriculture and food sector and aquatic resources, and build vibrant regions with strong communities. The Department’s Low Carbon Futures and Western Australian Carbon Farming and Land Restoration Programs support WA industry to realise its’ potential for carbon sequestration and participation in carbon influenced markets that generate economic, environmental and cultural co-benefits.
AxisTech is a WA agtech solution provider with a focus on whole-of-business data and IoT devices. They have a range of technology developments which includes in-ground soil carbon probe that delivers on-demand measurement of soil organic carbon. Talk to them about receiving help to apply for $10,000 as part of the Federal Government's Historical Soil Data Capture Program.
C-Wise is a Western Australian owned company whose primary business is recycling organic carbon. Their passion is providing smart, natural solutions to farms, communities and industry that allows them to make organic carbon an integral part of their operations.
Mineral Magic is a WA owned and operated company that mine amorphous silica that is used as a permanent amendment for all types of soils. Its qualities include significant water and nutrient retention. Currently, they have extensive trials all over WA and would like to share with farmers and industry experts alike.
Outback Carbon, CarbonLink & RCS
Outback Carbon and CarbonLink are carbon project developers, working with landowners, local businesses, local communities and other stakeholders to develop carbon farming projects. RCS is Australia’s leading provider of education and advisory services in regenerative agriculture. Find out how you might be able to diversify your income stream.
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