Should Cattle and Sheep Eat Small Trees? A Role for Forage Shrubs in Australia.

Insights from a project that tried to understand which forage shrubs species work best and where.

The SERCS* project established demonstration sites in three states across Australia. It aimed to help farmers to better identify and understand the establishment methods and management techniques required for successful performance of forage shrubs across a range of soil types and climatic conditions.

I recently completed an evaluation of this project. I found a few key success factors, including:
1. The importance of a collaborative approach to project design
2. The factors behind making a geographically dispersed project work
3. The package of engagement activities

This short webinar provides some insights into the findings of the evaluation.

 

*Shrubs for Emission Reduction and Carbon Sequestration

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Andrew Huffer

Andrew Huffer has over 25 years experience in working with organisations, businesses, managers and communities and at a state, national and international level. He designs and delivers specialist engagement processes, with a focus on facilitating open decision making processes and skill development of clients. He has delivered presentations and workshops at a number of state, national and international conferences.

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