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OECD: An Inclusive, Green Recovery is Possible: The Time to Act is Now

Statement from Angel GurrĂ­a, OECD Secretary General, 22 April 2020: "Enhancing environmental health through better air quality, water and sanitation, waste management, along with efforts to safeguard biodiversity, will reduce the vulnerability of communities to pandemics and thus improve overall societal well-being and resilience."

A verified means of safeguarding biodiversity is using Ecological Outcome Verification to measure the environmental impact of agriculture. Find out more about EOV training, or contact us with any queries.

We're Still Active

Farming never stops, and despite the suspension of meetings and field work during the Covid-19 crisis, the need of farmers for high-quality information and communication remains a major focus of Land to Market Australia for the months ahead.

In the light of the coronavirus risk, we postponed the Farming Matters Conference planned for 23-25 March 2020, but hope to proceed with the conference later this year in the same location. See full advice...

Land to Market Australia Recognised as Grand Champions
23 October 2019: L2MA won the Grand Champion Award in the Australian Government Innovation in Agriculture Land Management category at the 2019 NSW Landcare Awards.
See Savory Institute Media Release: Land to Market Australia Awarded for Innovation in Agriculture

Landcare Award 2019
Landcare Award 2019
Landcare Award 2019
Above: L2MA director Ian Chapman and member Craig Carter accept the award.

logo L2MA works closely with the Savory Institute, whose mission is the large-scale regeneration of the world's degraded grasslands through Holistic Management.
logo L2MA offers Ecological Outcome Verification (EOV), an assessment and branding scheme to measure the health of soil, biodiversity and ecosystems.
Land to Market Australia
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