Burnett Catchment Care Association is inviting Upper Burnett graziers to register their interest in receiving funding for regenerative agriculture projects to improve soil health on their grazing property.

Participants will –

  • Receive support to develop a regenerative agriculture project such as multi species pastures or time controlled grazing on their property
  • Receive funding of up to $5000 to implement regeneration agriculture activities on their property
  • Undertake soil testing to demonstrate an improvement in soil health by the implementation of their activities.

To register your interest, click here!! Registrations close 7 August 2023.


Conditions apply –

  • Participant properties must be located in the Upper Burnett, as per the map (subcatchments of Baywulla, Nogo, St Johns, Three Moon & Upper Burnett)
  • Successful registrations will be required to develop a project plan with a BCCA Extension Officer
  • Funding is competitive & will be assessed based on project suitability & potential to demonstrate an improvement in soil health
  • Projects must be completed by May 2024
  • Landholders must complete the registration form completely Registration doesn’t guarantee participation in the project


This project is funded by Queensland Government’s Natural Resource Recovery Program.

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