An unlikely rallying call perhaps, but in the realm of soil health, this particular group of insects can provide profound benefits, including improving soil structure and fertility, reducing the parasitic burden in livestock, and increasing carbon sequestration.
These three models of land management can all yield huge benefits in terms of biodiversity and carbon sequestration. What are the differences between them, and how will we use each at Carbeth?
We want our community to be involved in the process. We want you to bring your passion and your knowledge, as many are already doing, and we want to know what we can give back to you.
This project is driven by three people, none of whom were born in to a life of farming, but who share an optimism, creativity and entrepreneurial vision for the future of the farm.