Northern Territory Soil Consortium

Territory Natural Resource Management has been successful in obtaining a Smart Farms Small Grant through the Australian Governments  National Landcare Program.  The grant will be used to initiate an Northern Territory Soil Consortium to build land manager capacity and knowledge in soil health and conservation. The Consortium will bring land manager capacity and knowledge in soil health and conservation.  The Consortium will bring land managers from various industries and soil experts together through workshops, symposiums, and networking, to ensure knowledge passes in an effective manner.

The Northern Territory Soil Consortium encourages everyone who has an interest in the land and their soil to be involved.  From backyard gardeners, to horticulturists, to pastoralists, the Consortium will benefit everyone.  The advantages of peer-to-peer, farm-to-farm learning is the basis of the Consortium.  The opportunities that come from networking, training, and learning will allow the Northern Territory to become resilient against challenges facing those who work on the land.

For further information and if you wish to be involved, join the Facebook Group 'NT Soil Consortium' or contact:

Jacob Betros, Territory Natural Resource Management
Telephone: 0438 756 481 Email:

Last updated: 23 September 2019


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