Central Queensland Soil Health Systems

MACKAY WHITSUNDAY ISAAC REGION, QUEENSLAND

About

Peer-to-peer agriculture network Central Queensland Soil Health Systems (CQSHS) has been in existence for over 6 years. The group’s objective is to invest in soil health to improve yield and environmental performance with a focus on building capacity to allow for informed decision making. 

Sustainable Table and the Queensland Government Department of Agriculture and Fisheries supported CQSHS by funding the development of a seeder to sow a multi-species mix of plants into their paddocks, fallows and interrows. The equipment is available for hire to members, progressing regenerative agriculture in the Mackay Whitsunday Isaac Region.

CQSHS is taking a systems approach to regenerating soil

Stories

Regenerating Soil with a Specialised Planter

Learn more about CQSHS's specialised planter used by farmers in the region to regenerate their soils.

Follow CQSHS