Land to Market Australia

Welcome to Land to Market Australia

A World-First Regenerative Sourcing Solution

Land to Market Australia is run by a group of Australian landholders passionate about producing food and fibre in ways that are good for the environment and for our communities and clients.

The forerunner to the Land to Market initiative was the Holistic Management Conference, Dubbo 2016, organised by Hooves 4 Humus and the Australian Holistic Management Educators, in conjunction with the Savory Institute.

Land to Market Australia
Land to Market Australia

Land to Market Australia is a regenerative sourcing verification scheme created for the benefit of consumers, market partners and producers.

The challenges for those of us dedicated to stewarding the land are not simple. For many years, agriculture and the production of food and fibre has resulted in the massive degradation of billions of acres of land worldwide.

Now, new approaches are offering the ability to have a beneficial impact on soil, water and the environment. This is a viable global solution to many of the looming crises that afflict our planet: food security, land degradation, climate change and more.

Thanks to a generous grant from Farming Together, we are spearheading a program of sourcing verification that for the first time will measure the impact of farming practices on ecological outcomes.

We're also establishing robust methodologies to capture data, as well as providing a clearly structured participatory guaranteed scheme (PGS) for support, training, mentoring and verification for the farmers involved.

On this site you’ll be able to:

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The Australian Holistic Management Cooperative Project gratefully acknowledges the financial and other support it has received from The Farm Co-operatives and Collaboration Pilot Program (Farming Together Program) which is supported by a $14,934,000 (incl GST) grant auspiced to Southern Cross University to administer the Program by the Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.
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