Case study: Regenerative Agriculture in Central Queensland
In Central Queensland a group of landholders, with support from Fitzroy Basin Association Inc. (FBA) have created a peer-to-peer network to teach and share learnings in regenerative agriculture practices. Regenerative agriculture is broadly defined as a holistic approach that develops the biology and fertility of soils by mimicking resilient natural processes, cycles and systems.
The network consisted of 88 landholders, participation in trials across six sites, four courses, an online mentoring class and networking.
This case study is part of a series of case studies that have been developed as part of the Queensland Communities in Transition project. It was prepared by The Ecoefficiency Group as part of the Clean Growth Choices Consortium with funding from Queensland Department of Environment and Science.