Land - Sustainable Production

Land - Sustainable Production

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Consumers are increasingly wanting to know more about their food and where it comes from. They want to know if their food has been produced ethically and sustainably and what impact it’s had on the environment.

At SEQ Catchments, we recognise the important role that farmers play as stewards of the land and we work closely with farmers, providing information, skills and advice on ways to improve pastures, soils and waterways that also makes good business sense.

Grazing Best Management Practice

Through a recent partnership with Fitzroy Basin Association and funding from the Queensland Government’s Environment and Heritage Protection, SEQ Catchments is working with the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries and AgForce to deliver the very successful Grazing BMP program throughout the South East Queensland region.

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Improving pasture and soils in SEQ

SEQ Catchments has previously worked with landholders in the Bremer, Logan, Upper Brisbane and Lockyer catchments to improve the level of groundcover, pasture and soil condition through better grazing management.

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Resources

Pasture Management in SEQ Pasture Management in SEQ (1453 KB)

Principles for Sustainable Land Management Principles for Sustainable Land Management (6371 KB)

Making a difference to Teviot Brook: Jeff and Jillian Vanstone Making a difference to Teviot Brook: Jeff and Jillian Vanstone (1626 KB)

Improving Groundcover in South East Queensland - Case Study Clyde Bain Improving Groundcover in South East Queensland - Case Study Clyde Bain (5300 KB)

Improving Groundcover in South East Queensland - Case Study Matt Creamer Improving Groundcover in South East Queensland - Case Study Matt Creamer (5394 KB)