Ten ways to improve natural assets on a farm
This booklet highlights ten discrete projects that farmers can undertake to improve the health of natural assets – such as dams, shelterbelts or riparian areas – on their properties.
The Ten Ways booklet highlights how one small change on a farm could create new habitat for native animals and lead to increased stock productivity. The publication is underpinned by 20 years of long-term research into biodiversity on farms. It also represents a knowledge collaboration that’s occurred over two decades between the farmers who are undertaking management practices, and the ANU ecologists supporting farmers’ observations with science.
We are pleased to provide this booklet for free to interested landholders in our project area – parts of the NSW Murray-Riverina, Central West and South West Slopes, and North East Victoria.
Where to get a copy of the Ten Ways booklet
Keen to get your hands on a copy of Ten ways to improve the natural assets on a farm? There are three ways to access it.
1. Online – click the link below to download a PDF copy
2. Hardcopy in the mail
Request a printed copy to be posted to you using the “place order” button at left (free, except for postage charge)
3. Contact our regional Engagement Officers to find out if there is a collection point near you
NSW Central West: contact Tamara Harris at email@example.com
North East Victoria: contact Amber Croft at firstname.lastname@example.org
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