Join your local network

There are a few networks across the east coast just for small landholdings. These networks can fast track your knowledge and support your land management goals.

Greater Sydney Small Farms Network

The Greater Sydney Small Farms Network is a network for small scale farmers as well as hobby farmers in the Greater Sydney region. This network will keep you up to date about events, workshops, opportunities for funding and latest research.  It is also a great opportunity to network with other small scale farmers.

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South East Farmers Network

Across the South East region a number of Farmers' Networks have been established to engage, connect and build the skills and capacity of all landholders in better land management.

Join your local Network today and get connected with the latest news, events, funding and online opportunities within your local and regional area. It’s free, fun and a great way to meet like-minded farmers in your backyard.

Find out more about the South East Farmers Network.

Capital Region Small Farms Network

The Capital Regional Small Farms Network was established in the Queanbeyan region to help engage the large number of small productive and absentee land managers in the area.

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Eurobodalla Farmers Network

The Network is a partnership between South East Local Land Services, Eurobodalla Shire Council, the Sustainable Agricultural & Gardening Group and local farmers. With 234 members and growing, the Network is currently supporting landholders in bushfire recovery.

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Southern Highlands to Goulburn

Launched by South East Local Land Services in June 2019, the Network has expanded its reach with a strong focus to improve landholder engagement between Exeter and Bungonia, providing support with targeted agricultural workshops, soil tests, weed and pest animal control.

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Far South Coast Farmers’ Network

As a diverse group of over 250 members this Farmers’ Network finds efficient and creative ways for landholders to learn and implement sustainable farming practices.

An integral part of the Network’s agenda is to develop future technology and marketing opportunities. The group works closely with industry experts and research bodies as well as stakeholder groups such as Local Land Services, Meat and Livestock Australia and Bega Valley Shire Council.

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