We are bringing farmers together to ensure they have the strongest voice possible when calling for action on climate change.

Already we have 5,000 farmers across Australia within our movement – all of them driving change on-farm and in their communities. Whether it’s installing solar on their farms, or playing a key role in organising community events, our farmers are committed to the future sustainability of their farm and their region.

We are supporting farmers to establish formal and informal communities of practice, online and in person, as they work to ensure that they are part of the solution to climate change.

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Rick and Jenny Robertson

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At a glance Who: Gracemere Merinos - Rick and Jenny Robertson What:  Wool and sheep meat producers. 1000 hectares – we use planned grazing with rolling 12 month rainfall as a strategy to manage and adjust stock numbers accordingly. Where:…

Glen Torrie Pastures

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At a glance Who: Glen Torrie Pastures - David And Perina Kentish, Gordon Kentish and Pippa Mills. What:  178ha property focused on breeding and raising Blank Angus Cattle for beef. Where: North West of Tasmania. How has climate change impacted…

Rose and Lou Maher

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At a glance Who: Rose and Lou Maher What:  1100 Acre grazing property/Grass fed Angus breeding enterprise. Where: Perry Bridge via Stratford, Wellington Shire on Red Gum Plains. Approximately a kilometre from Lake Wellington, as the crow flies. Can you…

Celia Leverton

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At a glance Who: Celia Leverton What: 6.25ha, beef, regenerative grazing, demonstration and teaching site Where: Franklin, Huon Valley, Tasmania Can you tell us about your property? Farming has always been my raison d’etre. My background over the last 45…
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