12 ways Living Flinders increased sustainability on Rangelands properties

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12 ways Living Flinders increased sustainability on Rangelands properties

Our 5-year Living Flinders project has come to an end, but not before putting some serious runs on the board.

Funded by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program, this project helped landholders in the Rangelands district apply sustainable land management practices and build resilience into their farm businesses.

Thank you to all of the enthusiastic landholders involved, who not only contributed their own time and money, but also embraced new strategies and worked collaboratively with their neighbours. As one landholder said, “Doing the program has helped highlight the importance to manage the landscape better so that the next generations can have a viable property.”

12 ways Living Flinders increased sustainability on Rangelands properties
12 ways Living Flinders increased sustainability on Rangelands properties
12 ways Living Flinders increased sustainability on Rangelands properties
12 ways Living Flinders increased sustainability on Rangelands properties
12 ways Living Flinders increased sustainability on Rangelands properties

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