Grazing Support | Landholders Driving Change

Grazing support

BBB Grazier support delivering flexible and tailored services

Involves on-ground implementation with extension, education, training, technical support and incentives using a combination of peer groups and individual services.

BBB extension

Continue to deliver practical results by providing graziers with education, training, and opportunities to change on-farm practice.

Peer to Peer

Support graziers to demonstrate their methods and results to neighbouring landholders – through cluster groups, demonstration sites and field days – to build knowledge about keeping soil on the land and improving water quality.

Catchment wide

Deliver a catchment wide approach to address erosion and improve land management, productivity and water quality by involving the ‘whole community’ to achieve long-term economic, social and environmental benefits for the BBB catchment.

Will continue to roll out the whoa boy project across the catchment.

Published by four titlesCirculation - 8,780

Published by two titlesCirculation - 9,965

 

 

 

Published in The Northern MinerCirculation - 2,041

Published by four titlesCirculation - 8, 780

 

Published by four titlesCirculation - 8,780

 

 

 

 

Published by four titlesCirculation - 8,780

Published by two titlesCirculation - 4,006

Published by one titleCirculation - 7,207