You don’t need a farm to farm, and you don’t need to be a farmer to have your land be productive. There are ways to make your land more productive:
- farming with neighbours,
- bringing on farmers via lease arrangement, and
- share farming.
If you have land and want it to be used, or are a farmer wanting to farm, please check out the below resources and get in touch with our Agricultural Extension Officer, Andrew Cameron at email@example.com or on 02 6626 7223.
Learn about collaborative models and access an array of resources and case studies, models and co-operative business planning tools on the Farming Together website.
Young Farmers Connect
Young Farmers Connect (YFC) - Northern Rivers Facebook group is a great network of young and new farmers. Join the Facebook group to make enquiries, connect with fellow farmers, keep in formed of field days and workshops that may come up. You don’t need to be a young farmer to be involved.
Farm Links - Young Farmers connect
Young Farmers Connect is a portal for land holders and farmers. Create a profile, find a farm or find a farmer. Land use opportunities as well as jobs, internships and training.
The Cultivate Farms website connects aspiring farmers, retiring farmers, land holders and investors. Find a farmer, find a farm.
Australian Food Security Alliance – Farming on Other Peoples Land
Some helpful guiding principles for a share Farming Agreement are available on the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance website - Farming on Other People's Land (FOOPL) - Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (afsa.org.au).