What is Healthy Country?
'Healthy Country' is a program that focuses on ways to reduce sediments and nutrients entering our waterways from our catchments.
The program currently focuses in the Upper Warrill Creek and Pumicestone Passage catchments.
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Despite its relatively small area, SEQ represents 13 per cent of Queensland’s agricultural production in terms of dollar value.
We deliver programs to support the uptake of sustainable agriculture across our region by partnering closely with industry groups like Agforce and Growcom as well as federal, state and local governments.
By supporting local landholders to implement sustainable farm practices, we’re helping to improve water quality, build healthy soils, conserve natural ecosystems and protect our productive agricultural lands for future generations.
We work with farmers to support healthy land for sustainable, profitable production. Read more…
Salinity is a major issue facing some land managers in SEQ. It affects plant growth, reduces the productive output of land and can cause damage to infrastructure. Read more…
Erosion is a serious issue in South East Queensland, contributing to the loss of infrastructure and fertile land, washing soil and sediment into creeks, rivers and the bay. Read more…
In South East Queensland, weeds affect a range of landscapes from productive grazing lands to endangered subtropical rainforests and creek lines (riparian areas). Read more…
Healthy Land, Healthy Horses
Get help to manage your property for happy horses and healthy land. Read more…