Resilient landscapes project
Field study participants wanted
Expressions of interest close at 9am on Monday 24 October 2016
Are you a land manager who is making a positive change on your property?
You are invited to take part in the Resilient Landscapes Project to showcase what you have achieved so others can learn from your experience.
We're seeking expressions of interest from landholders to participate in field studies of land management practices that restore landscape function and deliver outcomes that include:
- sustainable production
- an improved natural resource base
- healthy nutrient cycling
- increased biodiversity and enhanced resilience.
We are looking for landholders willing to participate in field studies who have adopted and can demonstrate a positive triple bottom line outcome from innovative landscape management practices.
About the project
The Resilient Landscapes Project is a cooperative venture in knowledge and skill transfer between experienced land managers with proven positive outcomes from resilient landscape management practices and client landholders who seek to preserve and improve the natural capital of their agricultural and grazing properties.
The Project manages three functions that align with the three strategic objectives of the Soils for Life Business
- field studies and reports of selected agricultural land holdings where the landholder has adopted and can demonstrate a positive triple bottom line outcome from innovative landscape management practices
- demonstration and information activities that publicise the innovative landscape management practices and their outcomes
- landholder-to-landholder mentoring programs in a variety of representative geo-climatic regions and different enterprises.
Find out more and apply
To find out more visit the Soils for Life website
Expressions of interest close at 9am on Monday 24 October 2016.