South East Farmer Networks
South East Farmers Network supports a number of landholder Network's across the south east region. The Network's provide advice and support for people who live on or manage rural and peri-urban land for primary production, biodiversity or lifestyle goals. Members in our Network's range from full time farmers/producers, lifestyle/tree changers, to residents who visit their property on the weekend and work in Sydney.
A range of services, workshops and newsletters are provided to members on a wide range of land management issues such as:
* producing beef, sheep, goats, poultry, alpacas or worms;
* horticultural crops, farm forestry, bush tucker or vegetables for family or commercial production;
* weed control, pasture productivity and soil health/soil testing advice; and
* project planning for bushland, creek restoration or shelterbelts design
Find your local Network
Keen to be involved and connect with like-minded landholders across the South East Region?
There are four Farmer Networks across the south east region with a combined membership of over 2,500 landholders. Each network sends out a regular newsletter and organises workshop and events for their members.
Sign up to the South Coast, Highlands/Tablelands and Eurobodalla networks via the signup form or visit Capital Region Small Farms Network if you live near Bungendore/Braidwood/Yass.
Keep up to date with all the local news, workshops and funding opportunities. With over 2,000 members why not join today!