Small Landholder

Small landholders play an important role in improving the health of the land and the overall environment in which their property is located.

Implementing sustainable land management practices on your small property can have considerable benefits to the health of your soil, vegetation, livestock, waterways, sustainability and general environmental health. Therefore, even small properties can play an important role in ecosystem and landscape health.

To achieve larger scale landscape rehabilitation, it is important to increase the uptake of sustainable land management practices on both small and large properties which will help improve landscape health and connectivity.

Getting started with managing and/or implementing new practices on a small rural property to become sustainable and regenerative can be overwhelming. Below are some resources to help get you started on a regenerative pathway for your small property.

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