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Carbon Calling CIC is a farmer-led movement founded in 2019 by Liz Genever and
Nic Renison.


It is aimed at farmers who are just on the turn - they know what they
are doing isn't quite working but not sure what to do next.


We are want to empower all livestock farmers in the UK to develop their systems to ensure they are profitable, environmentally aware and improving well-being.

Carbon Calling Conference 2023 - session 1 - Bringing people together

Carbon Calling Conference 2023 - session 2 - Jaime Elizondo (Real Wealth Ranching)

Carbon Calling Conference 2023 - Session 3 - How to embrace change panel

Carbon Calling Conference 2023 - Session 4 - Farmers helping other farmers

Carbon Calling Conference 2023 - Session 5 - More than just meat and milk V3

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