Carbon for Farmers Voucher Program

Page last updated: Tuesday, 5 December 2023 - 12:10pm

Please note: This content may be out of date and is currently under review.

This page provides information regarding the Carbon for Farmers Voucher Program. It also provides resources for farmers interested in setting up a carbon farming program, and how they can contact expert service providers for further information and assistance. 

Round 2 recipients of the $15,000 Carbon for Farmers Voucher Program announced

Congratulations to the successful applicants for Round 2 of the Carbon for Farmers Voucher Program announced by the Hon. Jackie Jarvis MLC, Minister for Agriculture and Food on 4 December 2023.

More than $587,000 will be provided to assist farmers to assess the feasibility of integrating carbon farming into their business enterprise. The program enables farmers to work with professional service providers and consultants to develop tailored Carbon Farming Plans.

Each recipient will receive a voucher of up to $15,000 (ex GST) with a 20% co-contribution to develop property-specific Carbon Farming Plans for soil and vegetation projects. This will support quality applications to the next round of the Carbon Farming and Land Restoration Program (CF-LRP) and registration of new projects across the South West Land Division.  

Read the media statement to learn more.


A range of resources are available to support people interested in setting up a carbon farming project. Some are listed below or found to the right side of this page. 

  • Guidance documents for preparing the Carbon Farming Plan - this provides specific information and key considerations
  • Webpage with all available resources
  • Webinars for farmers and service providers will give an overview and answer questions. Webinar recording here.

Finding a service provider

Farmers can choose a provider(s) to develop their Carbon Farming Plan which includes experts in carbon projects, agronomy, environmental plantings and project planning, finance and legal matters. 

DPIRD's Service Provider Directory can help identify independent service providers. The Directory is not exhaustive and does not endorse the skills or abilities of those listed. Farmers should do their own due diligence, seek quotes and check their credentials before engaging them. 

Any service provider interested in being included in the Service Provider Directory can submit an enquiry form.

For more information

For queries about carbon farming, please email

If you are a farmer keen to learn more about carbon farming, please subscribe here to receive DPIRD's Carbon Farming News.