NESP-EP: Farm Profitability & Biodiversity – Graziers with better profitability, biodiversity and wellbeing
We were encouraged by a recent report from the ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society about farm profitability and biodiversity and focuses on a community of practice of regenerative
graziers in NSW. We met some of the contributors to this report earlier in the year and would like to see if this study can be replicated to cover a wider group of producers in the near future. The
study has been conducted under the National Environmental Science Program (NESP) and managed under the Emerging Priorities program (EP).