At the South Australia Arid Lands Landscape Board we aim to provide access to relevant and useful resources.
SAAL Landscape Board staff worked with 10 pastoral businesses during a Carbon Accounting Workshop in March 2022 to measure the Carbon Footprint of pastoral businesses in the region. As a result, a case study was produced with the team at Buckleboo Station. You can read it here
The recent Carbon Forum at Port Augusta showed a high level of interest, so we have made accessible a list of relevant resources here
Drought funding and resources are important to the region, and we have made easily accessible a number of links to various services, with regular updates to ensure the region is aware of where they can find information. Click here to access.
Smart Farms Small Grants
Grants are a great resource to assist landholders, volunteer groups and organisations fund various projects. The Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator is available to help with grants for pastoral properties – specifically Smart Farms Small Grants.