• Group coordinator (Primary Contact)

  • Alternative coordinator (Secondary Contact)

  • Group Members

  • NameEmailMobilePostcodeNearest town 
  • NameEmailMobilePostcodeNearest town 
    (in case others have to pull out)
  • (include a brief commentary - maximum of 300 words) about the producer group, the number of producers involved (core participants and the wider interest group), the areas of interest, have they worked together in the past, did they form specifically for this project, or was it already established) and if there is an previous experience or capacity to undertake the workshop project.
  • how your group will support the Landcare Farming Program and STO networks to promote the project, participation and results. In addition to the LFP project promotion, how will your group: - Add value to the Landcare Farming investment and assist us in building awareness of the workshops and the information arising from them? - Support each other to achieve adoption of the results beyond the core producer group? - Promote the outcomes to the wider producer community? Please include a brief commentary ( maximum of 200 words).
  • how does your group meets the below criteria. Selection of the successful groups will be based on assessment against the following criteria: 1. Alignment of the workshop learning outcomes and activities with the groups experience. 2. The groups value proposition to further extend/promote or develop the workshop outcomes within their network to benefit other producers. 3. Demonstrated commitment to completing all elements of the workshop project, including participation of each enterprise in pre and post workshop surveys and business assessment with the Contractor; participation and sharing of business information with the Contractor to support the objectives of the workshop, as defined in the workshop fact sheet. 4. Demonstrated experience and capacity of the group to achieve the required work to a high standard and within the agreed timeframes. 5. The willingness of the group and its members to assist Landcare Farming Program stakeholders in the development of extension tools and/or education materials (potentially including case studies, interviews, webinars and short videos) that arise from the groups involvement in the workshops. 6. Experience working with a variety of industry stakeholders and research organisations. 7. Ability to complete the project within the agreed delivery timeline. Please provide a brief overview (no more than 300 words).
  • Note: Each EOI will be reviewed by a panel of Landcare farming Program stakeholders, including the Program Manager, the Workshop Provider (the Contractor) and relevant technical experts for the catchment/industry sector.
    Monitoring, evaluation and reporting (MER): The Landcare Farming Program, in conjunction with the Contractor and the State or Territory Landcare Organisation, will provide a comprehensive media campaign and a joint monitoring and evaluation framework for these workshops. This will include using a face to face interview of each enterprise (pre and post workshop), a workshop feedback form, and a short SWOT report analysing the de-identified group findings. This information will be developed by the Contractor and LFP Manager to build a baseline of information for the region and the particular agriculture sector engaged.
    Participants Requirements: Producers and support staff participating will be required to commit to attending required workshops/webinars and also provide farm data for an average year (before 1:1 meeting): In signing this EOI, if selected you and your group are willing to provide the below information to the contractor to complete the property assessment. This information will be used to develop your individual assessment and de-identified to complete a group report for the region. No personal information will be used unless approved in writing by the individual participant.
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  • Livestock inventory (if relevant): livestock numbers, liveweight, growth rates, sales and purchases throughout the year.
  • Purchased inputs: quantities of fertiliser, fodder, herbicides/pesticides, fuel and electricity used over the same 1-year period.
  • Data regarding crop yields, fertiliser application rates etc.
  • Provide property boundary details (supplied before 1:1 meeting) to be used to generate a report detailing where significant carbon is stored in vegetation on the property
  • 1 hour to meet with contractor to develop the carbon account
  • 3-4 hours to participate in a workshop
  • Provide property-scale environmental accounting data for an average year (supplied before 1:1 meeting) -for native vegetation and soils
  • Provide property boundary details (supplied before 1:1 meeting) to be used to generate a report detailing in the environmental assets (different native vegetation types and soil types on the property).
  • Utilise up to 8 hours of coaching / technical advice to build their environmental condition accounts.
  • Participate in a 3-4 hour online group workshop every three months
  • Online training (approx. eight hours over 2 months) to complete the assessment process.
  • Note: Please identify which workshop you are applying for by crossing out the other workshop. If you are interested in both, please identify your most preferred workshop by writing 1 for preferred and 2 against the remaining workshop in order of preference.
  • Project Management

    The project will be managed by the Landcare Farming Program Manager.

    For further information regarding the application please contact the Project Manager via email: mick.taylor@landcareaustralia.com.au or phone: 0428 986 071

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