Reducing carbon emissions no puzzle on Jigsaw Farms

Given that Mark Wootton is founder and chair of The Climate Institute, it is not surprising that he believes the impacts of Australian agriculture on climate change need to be slowed down. But the fact that he and his wife Eve Kantor have spent the past two decades doing just that by running a productive and profitable low-emissions farming enterprise in western Victoria makes his message compelling, writes Jill Griffiths.

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Mark and Eve run JigsawFarms, which covers 6800hectares in western Victoria.
Originally school teachers,in 1996 Mark and Eve took on a farm thathad been part of the Potter Farmland Plan.