Our land is our livelihood. The 2.5 million hectare Condamine catchment is home to almost a quarter of a million people. It’s known for its rich farming soils and produces food for the nation and the export market.
With agriculture historically the key driver of the prosperous Condamine economy, a focus on sustainable natural resource management has been critical. The recent mining and resources boom, coupled with urban expansion and population increases, have compounded environmental pressures and the need for effective land management.
Healthy soil is critical to a healthy environment. Given that our land also sustains our livelihood, we must look after it. Our Land portfolio has programs dedicated to improving and protecting the agricultural land in the Condamine catchment. We do this by helping farmers obtain and apply new skills, knowledge and practices to better manage soil carbon and ground cover.
10 Ways to Improve and Protect Your Land
Our Sustainable Agriculture program is shining the spotlight on our catchment's famers.
The 10 Ways to Improve and Protect Your Land campaign focuses on 10 farming practices which are making a difference to agricultural land and productivity in our catchment and around the world.
You can make a difference to your farm - take a look at the Condamine Alliance Sustainable Agriculture program’s 10 Ways to Improve and Protect Your Land for some of the ways our farmers and partners are helping to improve and protect our agricultural land.