About this sub logic
By 2023, there will be an increased awareness and adoption of land resource management practices that protect the condition of soil, vegetation and biodiversity on-farm.
Agricultural industries rely on the quality of their soil, water and vegetation resources to produce food and fibre profitably.
Australia’s soils are mostly ancient, strongly weathered and frequently infertile. Careful management is required to address chronic soil constraints to agriculture, whilst improving the services such as clean air and water they provide to the community. Native vegetation on farm also plays an important role in agricultural production, as well as contributing to biodiversity conservation.
Australia has obligations under international conventions to protect biodiversity, soil and wetlands, and to address climate change.
This sub logic sits under the Regional Land Partnerships Program Logic.