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Cropping for Resilience

A Future Drought Fund Project

The Soils for Life ‘Cropping Resilience’ project aims to achieve large-scale practice change by supporting and building the capacity of a growing cohort of Australian croppers who are seeking to build soil health and drought resilience.

This project will be delivered on a national scale with targeted focus in three diverse cropping communities in Western Australia, Victoria, and Southern Queensland. Over the next two years, we’ll be delivering a series of field days, webinars, mentoring sessions, podcasts and practice guides, along with establishing farmer support groups for croppers to share experiences and learn from each other. 

Project partners

We are excited to work with the following partners, among others, to deliver this project on a national level.

Join a Cropping Discussion Group!


Connect, learn, and share with fellow farmers in our new online Cropping Discussion Groups. These groups are to support you as you transition your farm and implement regenerative cropping practices for improved farm resilience, profitability, and soil health.

We have online discussion groups available for croppers around the country:

  • Southern QLD/Northern NSW partnered with Macintyre Ag Alliance
  • VIC/Southern NSW partnered with VicNoTill
  • WA partnered with RegenWA 
  • South Australia and beyond

Ready to join us?


Register Your Interest

We’d like to hear more from you

Are you a cropper interested in improving your soil health and farm resilience? Please let us know which practices you’re most interested in learning about in the form below. 

Get in touch
This project is supported by Soils For Life, through funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund. 
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