The opportunity of Agroforestry
The great promise of agroforestry is that multipurpose and diverse 'forests' on farms that are owned and managed by thousands of independent landholders, reflect the diversity of interests and aspirations of those within the community, and build robust and resilient landscapes.
What is agroforestry?
Agroforestry is about working trees and shrubs - providing the biological infrastructure on farms that make them robust and resilient.
Education and support to landholders interested in using trees and shrubs to enhance agricultural production, conserve soil, protect biodiversity and produce products.
Peer Group Mentor
Farmers helping farmers design and implement agroforestry projects
16th April 2015 Tolmie Victoria
Don't miss Amanda Garner talking about the growing demand for Australian native foods from the restaurant industry both locally and overseas, and Rowan Reid discussing the agroforestry practices required to grow them.
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