FBA recognises the valuable role that graziers play in caring for the region and has a dedicated team of Land Management Officers who work to help them create more profitable and sustainable businesses.
FBA is a not for profit organisation. Along with the services below, we offer regular workshops and training opportunities, many of which are free.
If you don’t know where to start, fill in this form and an FBA Land Management Officer will give you a call.
Current assistance available to graziers:
Farm Advisory Services
FBA’s farm advisory services seeks to connect farmers with specialists in profitable, productive and sustainable land management. If you’re looking to innovate and don’t know where to start we can link you with the right service providers and share the cost*.
The Grazing Resilience and Sustainable Solutions (GRASS) program can help graziers improve poor and degraded land and meet the requirements under the Reef protection regulations.
Preventing and Remediating Gully Erosion
Erosion caused by wind and water can strip land of valuable topsoil, decreasing productivity and (in its most destructive form) create gullies. To help land managers in central Queensland prevent and remediate erosion on their properties FBA teamed up with Burnett Mary Regional Group (BMRG) to make a five-part educational video series.
Help protect koalas in the Clarke-Connors Range
FBA is inviting landholders in the Clarke-Connors Range to participate in a Koala Protection Project. Participants will potentially receive funding to assist with habitat management and to contribute their knowledge of local koalas.
Carbon Farming for Central Queensland Graziers
The carbon market is providing a unique opportunity for landholders to improve their land condition as well as gain returns on productive, unproductive or unused land.
Property planning, one-on-one visits and training and financial assistance to implement property improvement works. Register your interest now.