Developing a whole farm plan is a process that helps you think about goals for the long-term sustainability and profitability of your farm. A whole-farm plan is more than just a map – it can include specific actions, a timetable for action and a means of monitoring progress. The process of developing a plan can be an educational exercise as new information is collected and considered in order to plan new enterprises or activities for parts of the plan.

Stringybark Ecological can help you develop a whole-farm plan including mapping, information sourcing, capacity building and expert advice. We can also help you source specific expertise to suit your agricultural enterprise. Developing a plan is particularly useful for owners of small blocks looking to maintain or improve natural values and run a viable small enterprise.

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