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Delivering landscape and community benefits through partnerships and investment.

 land and community   development 

Greener Pastures delivers landscape and community benefits through partnerships and investment. Our projects provide graziers resources to effectively and actively manage and regenerate soil and land health.

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Ongoing education with graziers to improve land management



Dedicated staff to help you implement the correct systems



Supporting agribusiness stakeholders meet labour needs and improve employment opportunities


69% of participants felt is was

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pasture management.

 Forage Budgeting   in the Fitzroy 

The Forage Budgeting in the Fitzroy project delivers an innovative grazier to grazier forage budgeting service across the Fitzroy catchment and more recently the Belyando sub-catchment.


The project is delivered by graziers in the region to other graziers who are supported in learning how to manage and adjust stock numbers in paddocks to achieve a balance between maximising pasture utilisation and improving land condition.


The project is funded through the Queensland Government’s Reef Water Quality Program.

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 LEADAg - agricultural 
.training & education 

LEADAg stands for leading, educating and developing the next generation of the agricultural workforce.


The program addresses the lack of opportunity for young people to gain practical, hands-on training and skills to make them employable. Participation in the program provides young people with work ready skills and support from industry mentors. Not only do they benefit from the skills development but also build the confidence and capacity to choose a career in the agricultural industry.