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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: https://farmersforclimateaction.org.au/farmer-in-focus/ian-onley/

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

We are having a fantastic time at Farm World - Lardner Park talking to lots of farmers and giving out gate signs.
We are in the Baw Baw Pavillon, come and have a chat!

#farmworld2021 #lardnerpark #farmworldlardnerpark

Mark & Carol Barnett run a beef farm in Westbury, Tasmania. They focus on genetics and pasture management to mitigate the risk of adverse seasonal conditions: climate change.

Learn more about their farm and the practises they use here: https://farmersforclimateaction.org.au/farmer-in-focus/mark-carol-barnett/

#farmersforclimateaction #tasmania #farmer

Join us in the fight to repower our communities through renewable energy.

Follow the link in our bio to get involved 🌞

We are excited to be in Canberra today to support the tabling of legislation that will underpin the Local Power Plan.

We want to ensure regional Australia benefits from renewable energy.

Time for the pollies to get on board and support community renewables 🌞

Our Facebook page has had all of its content removed. Hopefully everything will be back shortly so we continue to share updates on our work. 🐂🐑🐖🌱🌾🌞 ...

Will you join us, in sending a strong message to our federal leaders, that farmers support strong, immediate action on climate change and that includes agriculture being included in a net zero emissions target.

Please take action by taking a photo of yourself saying why you support net zero agriculture and then post it to social media using hashtag #netzerofarming #farmersforclimateaction

Messages from our farmers, making it very clear that Australian agriculture and the economy more broadly stands to benefit from the transition to a low carbon economy.

We can’t afford the price of inaction!


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Wonderful interview with FCA farmer Iain Field from Leap Farm which is now carbon neutral.

A great example of how farmers can lead the way on climate action. Inspirational!Goats gone green!! ♻️🐐

This goat farm in Tassie's south has gone above and beyond in their quest for carbon neutrality.

Besides reducing emissions, Leap Farm with the help of UTAS scientists have found that more carbon is being stored in the farm's soil.

LISTEN HERE: ab.co/2So0kxE
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Wonderful interview with FCA farmer Iain Field from Leap Farm which is now carbon neutral.

A great example of how farmers can lead the way on climate action. Inspirational!

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Natalie Cochrane this is going to be us..

Very cool!!! Thanks for sharing.

Inspiring news from two of our FCA farmers in Tasmania!
A wonderful example of how farmers can lead the way on climate action, well done Kate & Iain.
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Fantastic news. Well done! And thank you.

Regenerative agriculture is the future for farming, anything else is not sustainable.

Amazing congratulations and thank you 🙏

Brilliant work!

Brett Groves

Kate TaylorJenny TaylorNikki TaylorScott McGrevyMaxine Taylor-MirandaJason EvansLanelle Elizabeth

This story needs to be shared widely. So interesting and quite simple really. Good thinking. Great work.

Wonderful news and people, great hard working people, so happy to have met you

Fantastic news. Great work and thanks.

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