NLP Funding available in the North West to manage for climate adaptation and new markets
01 Jun 2022
We are keen to hear from Landcare, producer, or industry groups interested in applying for funding under the National Landcare Program (NLP).
Funding is available to assist groups identify and implement on-farm changes to better adapt to climate variability and meet market demands. This project aims to increase the capacity of agriculture systems in the region to adapt to significant changes in climate and market demands.
North West Local Land Services will partner with Landcare groups, industry groups, universities and agribusiness providers to fund workshops and activities which focus on benchmarking (farm biophysical, production and financial), understanding market traceability and provenance, managing climate risks, and understanding current and emerging market demands.
These activities will improve the resilience of farmers in the region to changing market demands and climate.
Information about existing projects and a link to videos and resources can be found on the Resilient Regional Agriculture page on the North West Local Land Services website.
For further information, contact George Truman on email@example.com or 0427 505 040.
Key PointsFour out of six farming systems studied produced similar total grain production.Two systems, the baseline system (simila...
The University of Sydney and North West Local Land Services are calling for Expressions of Interest from cattle producers in the N...
While dry times come and go, nothing can fully prepare farmers for drought. Over the last few years, parts of NSW ha...
DIY Field Soil Tests
DIY Field Soil TestsGround penetrationA penetrometer is a device to test the hardness of the soil. While you can buy...