Southern Cross University (SCU)
Between 2016 and 2019 Southern Cross University (SCU) delivered the Farm Co-operatives and Collaboration Pilot Program (Farming Together), a $14.5 million program funded by the Australian Government. The program delivered on improving farm gate returns for farmers, fishers and foresters throughout Australia, through collaborative business models and co-operatives.
The Farming Together Program continues to operate through Southern Cross University with a focus on building and strengthening institutional capacity across the sector by developing resources in collaboration with farmers for farmers and by providing individual tailored advice to farmer groups from our pool of expert advisers. From Farming Together, the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance (RAA) was formed to focus on climate issues impacting farmers, and how Southern Cross University could utilise its diverse and extensive knowledge, experience, research capacity and international recognition to enhance and implement changes to education and practices for Government, consumers, farmers and land custodians.
RAA exists solely to improve the health and wellbeing of Australian landscapes, farmers and communities through research, education and collaboration.
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