Every dairy farm has the opportunity to contribute to reaching net zero by adopting further best management practices (BMPs) to reduce emissions and increase carbon sequestration in a voluntary way. This page highlights land management practices in the BMP guide.
Net Zero by 2050: Land ManagementDownload
Building greater sustainability in Land Management
Managing your land with a focus on soil health and biodiversity helps create more resiliency to the effects of climate change, such as heatwaves. By preserving, protecting and enhancing natural systems such as grasslands, wetlands, tame pastureland, forests, riparian buffer zones, shelterbelts and hedgerows, you can provide carbon storage and improve soil health as well as watercourse and groundwater quality.