Our work


Backed by Southern Cross University, one of Australia’s leading regional universities, and funded by the Australian Commonwealth Government, Farming Together offers a wide variety of services to grow agricultural communities through collaboration.

Northern Rivers Net Zero

An industry led collaboration to make Northern Rivers NSW one of the first carbon net zero regions in Australia.

Regenerative Agriculture Alliance

The Regenerative Agriculture Aliance (RAA) team at Southern Cross University is on a mission to create large-scale impact by helping the agri-food sector move towards regenerative farming practices and wholistic land management.

Regenerative Agriculture Mentorship Program (RAMP)

The Regenerative Agriculture Mentorship Program (RAMP), aims to facilitate and support farmers to make the transformational change from traditional to regenerative agricultural principles and practices.

Collaborative Carbon

For landholders interested in enhancing soil carbon for a range of reasons – including government net-zero targets, private sector interest in offsetting emissions, new carbon farming methodologies and rising prices for Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs).

Professional Learning Pilot Program

The Regenerative Agriculture Professional Learning for Educators workshops are designed to inform science, agriculture, geography and general classroom teachers and teacher educators of the most current and relevant issues and science surrounding six key areas of Regenerative Agriculture.


The SQNNSW Hub is a part of the national Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs program, which aims to help farmers and communities get ready for drought by connecting them with regional agricultural experts, innovation, and new practices.


Community Map highlighting our projects across Australia.


The Regenerative Agriculture Alliance recently completed eight $2.5 million research projects funded by the Federal Government. These projects aimed to quantify the benefits of regenerative agricultural practices in restoring degraded soils across Australia, spanning three years and multiple bio-regions.

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