Mornington Peninsula shire targets regenerative agriculture

Andrew Miller
By Andrew Miller
Updated September 29 2021 - 2:18am, first published September 27 2021 - 8:00am
REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE: Barragunda Estate, Cape Schanck's Hayley Morris says the beef, sheep, fruit and vegetable growing enterprise has been practising regenerative agriculture to sequester carbon and enhance biodiversity.

Mornington Peninsula Shire is claiming to be the first Australian council to set a formal target for regenerative agriculture - aiming for 20 per cent of all farms to adopt the practice by 2030.

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Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Journalist

I'm a general reporter with Stock & Land, with a special interest in irrigation issues. I completed my cadetship, with the Age, in 1980. Over my career, I've worked for ABC radio news (Mt Isa, Qld) and at provincial and suburban newspapers.

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