$380,000 funding supports EP Agriculture

Valuable top soil lost with strong wind events in drought conditions on central Eyre Peninsula.

News release from the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board and our Sustainable Farming Officer Mary Crawford.

Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board has received $380,000 for the Regenerative Agriculture Program (RAP) from the Australian Government Regional Land Partnerships Program. The RAP will deliver projects at a local level in partnership with groups to help farmers improve their productivity. The program will focus on helping farmers adapt to growing markets by demonstrating sustainable management practice credentials. Regenerative Agriculture Project Officer Mary Crawford is experienced in sustainable farming on the Eyre Peninsula having worked with the local farmers and industry partners for over 10 years. “Soil management will be the focus of the regional program” said Mary.



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