The Ag Bureau of SA has a long and proud history of managing projects that benefit members (SA primary producers) from State to local level.
Funding is provided by the Australian Government and the Government of South Australia.
Ag Bureau funds (including the Bureau Project Fund) have also been used to resource branch projects.
Caring for our Country
30/8/2013 - 31/3/2015
Improving claying practice through addition of organic matter ($54,340)
Sherwood Precision Management Systems Group
Ongoing effects of soil modification using clay ($53,570)
Karoonda and Districts Agricultural Bureau
Improving surface soil depth and subsoil conditions of soils ($45,540)
Lochaber Agricultural Bureau
Increasing productivity on clayed sands ($54,780)
Southern Mallee Agricultural Bureau
Improved soil management and productivity in the Mid North ($53,460)
Halbury Whitwarta Agricultural Bureau
Innovative sustainable land management at Stockport ($49,390)
Stockport Agricultural Bureau
Improving soil structure in hard setting soils of Eastern Eyre Peninsula ($44,990)
Crossville Agricultural Bureau
State NRM Community Grants
30/9/2013 - 30/9/2014
Initiating claying sands Dublin to Pinery
Mallala Agricultural Bureau
Improving water repellent sandy soils near Coomandook
Coomandook Agricultural Bureau
1/2/2014 - 31/3/2016
Innovative and cost-effective solutions to the treatment of acid soils in SA ($414,990)
State NRM Community Grant projects undertaken directly by incorporated branches:
· Angaston – Barossa producer groups sustainable pasture challenge paddocks
· Koonunga –Improving poor soil health in North Barossa vineyards
· Monarto –Pasture improvement and no-till interface
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