Soil Health Strategy

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The Corangamite Soil Health Strategy aims to guide investment in actions that will protect and enhance natural and built assets from soil-based threatening processes.

Current soil-based projects implemented under the Corangamite Soil Health Strategy include:

- Training courses and manuals delivered to farmers, local governments, water authorities and infrastructure managers in targeted areas to improve their ability to manage priority threats, such as erosion, secondary salinity, acid sulphate soils and landslides.

- Working with stakeholders to implement on-ground works aimed at improving active erosion and landslide sites impacting priority regional assets.

- Investigating the implications of climate change on the Corangamite Soil Health Strategy.

- Working with local government to develop appropriate tools and policy to address erosion and landslides risk through their municipal planning schemes.


For more information on soils in the Corangamite region, click here.

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