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Anthony is one of the founders of @houstonsfarm a Tasmanian based farming and food manufacturing company supplying fresh salad products to supermarkets throughout Australia.
He is also really passionate about climate action.

To read his story go to:

Farmers for Climate Action Tasmania in partnership with the Tasmanian Farmers & Graziers Association @tfga111 will be holding this exciting conference in Tasmania on the 1st of September.

Tickets are just $20 and on sale now!

For more information and to secure your tickets go to:

Calling all farmers in Victoria! Sign our open letter thanking the leader of the Victorian National Party for coming out strongly in support of climate action, as well as urging the federal National Party to follow his lead and support climate solutions!

We know Peter Walsh MP is right to stand up for climate action. Farmers stand to benefit so much from the transition to a low carbon future, and need strong action on emissions to secure the future of their farms.

Mr Onley said he was disappointed the federal government was not taking the lead more on climate action, and believed it was “too scared” to upset big donors.

“As an industry, we need change, we need reliable power and we need certainty for the future,” he said.

To read the full interview go to: @lvxphotos

#farmersforclimateaction #gippslandfarmer #gippslandfloods

There is still time to sign up for the webinar tonight to hear from these great speakers. If you cannot make it tonight a recording will be sent out to everyone who has RSVP’d. Link in bio, see you there! ...

Did you hear that Barnaby Joyce is the new leader of the National Party? He challenged the leadership over concerns that the Federal Coalition might adopt a net zero by 2050 target.

On the face of it, this is not good news for climate change policy in Australia. Sign the petition telling Barnaby farmers care about regional Australia.

Sign the petition via link in bio.

#farmers #aussiefarmers #farmersforclimateaction #climateaction #petition #climateactionnow #climatechange #farmingforever

Farmers for Climate Action is coming to South Australia! If you want to learn more about us and how you can get involved, come along to our webinar on Tuesday the 22nd of June at 7.30pm. You won’t want to miss it!

RSVP here:

Tell the Prime Minister to commit to climate action at the G7 Summit.

Crossley dairy farmer, Karrinjeet Singh-Mahil says if we don’t get serious on climate change, farmers’ livelihoods will be increasingly threatened.

Join Karrinjeet and other concerned farmers by signing our petition.

Follow the link in our bio to sign.

#farmingforever #farmersforclimateaction #aussiefarmers #G7Summit #climatechange #climateaction #climateactionnow

"Farmers are at the coalface of climate change, their whole livelihoods depend on weather, so it's important they have a say in how climate change policy is developed."

- Ellen Litchfield FCA South Australian co-ordinator

Meet our new South Australian co-ordinator Ellen Litchfield.
Ellen & her husband live on her family's sheep & cattle property in the arid lands of SA near Lake Eyre.

Ellen hopes to help position agriculture as the solution to mitigating and adapting to climate change and believes this starts with engaged farmers.

To find out more about Ellen's story head over to our website.

If you're a South Australian farmer interested in getting involved, email Ellen at [email protected]

Another glorious day at Agfest Field Days, Tasmania.

We are having the best time, meeting so many wonderful farmers that care about climate action.
If you are at AgFest today or tomorrow swing by and say hello!

We are all set up and ready to go for Agfest Field Days, Tasmania.

Starting tomorrow, we will be here for the next four days, we are super excited to be here for the first time this year. Pop in and say hello!


David, Perina, Gordon & Pippa run @glentorriepastures a 178ha Angus Beef farm in North West Tasmania.

Find out more about their story under ‘Farmer in Focus’ on our website.

Our next 'Farmer in Focus' is Celia Leverton from Tasmania.

Celia has been involved in farming for 45 years and has done a bit of everything, from jillarooing, woolclassing, on-farm rural business management and rural journalism to dairy, sheep and beef farming, pastured poultry and market gardening.

To read her full story go to:

Meet our latest Farmer in Focus, Ian Onley.

Ian runs a Biodynamic free range egg farm on 90 acres in Gormandale, Gippsland, Victoria.

Learn more about his story here:

We have given out hundreds of these postcards over the last few days at Farm World - Lardner Park.

It’s easy to take action! We have plenty more to give out, so pop in and say hello!

#FarmWorld2021 #farmersforclimateaction


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Farmers for Climate Action

The market for environmental services is growing across Australia as businesses move to be more sustainable. But how can farmers access these markets? What are the barriers to further uptake? What environmental services can farmers be paid for?

The answer to these questions and many more will be discussed at our latest Road to Net Zero webinar, ‘Understanding Environment Markets’.

Join us to hear from Andrew Ward and Rohan Clarke, the key catalysers that have been leading the team developing the Regen Farmers Mutual. They have led the co-creation process that saw farmers collectively plan the founding of a farmer-owned broker that will assist farmers access all types of Environmental Markets. The have specialist expertise in holistic/regenerative agriculture, environmental/financial markets, and in cooperatives and mutuals.
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