Jacques Nault is founder and vice-president of Logiag, a consulting firm serving farmers and offering services in nutrient management plans (NMP), soil conservation and soil erosion control and drainage. Logiag also develops software systems, mostly for its own use, to support the field work of its agronomists and for other groups and organizations in agriculture. Logiag employs 40 people and serves 6,000 farms.
His current focus is the development and marketing of a climate-transition service for farmers where GHG emissions and soil organic carbon are evaluated and regenerative practices are identified.
Jacques graduated in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science in agriculture and in 1991 with a Master of Science in agriculture, both from Macdonald campus of McGill University.
Jacques’ presentation examines advanced forage management practices to reduce whole farm GHG emissions: A Quebec perspective.
La présentation examine des pratiques avancées de gestion des fourrages pour réduire les émissions de GES de l’ensemble de la ferme - une perspective québécoise.