Landcare Goulburn Mulwaree is part of Community Voice for Hume and conducts a Regenerative Grazing and Farming Group

Projects

The Soil Improvement Project, starting in Parkesbourne, is designed to reduce the need for chemicals and, over a period of 12 months, completely remove their use by improving the quality of the soil using Regenerative Farming practices.

The Grazing and Farming Group launched on 18th March 2021 - see the news item. The Grazing and Farming Group promotes the improvement of farming landscapes using regenerative/resilient farming methods.

The Grow Goulburn Mulwaree Farms and Gardens project launches two groups: a Grazing and Farming Group that welcomes all graziers and promotes regenerative/resilient practices and; a community in Goulburn Mulwaree made up of individual streets to promote sustainable gardens and biodiversity

Growing at Goulburn is a mighty project with a potential investment value of $16m that is planned to encompass:- 1,600 acres of farmland including vegetable growing, grazing, a diary and cheese making. 800 acres of biodiverse bushland to be preserved. A solar farm to supply power to the farm operation and beyond. A University Agriculture Hub.

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