Property Management Planning
Links relating to property management planning
Links (FarmPoint is not responsible for the content of the websites linked to below. The link does not constitute any form of endorsement.)
: Land Resource Assessment (DPIPWE)
Information on the various soil and land resource information surveys undertaken in Tasmania. This information enables informed land use planning decision making and sustainable management of these resources.
: Tasmanian Bushcare Toolkit
The Toolkit provides landowners and community groups with a comprehensive guide to the management and conservation needs of native bush. The toolkit covers a wide variety of topics including bush on your farm, different vegetation types, threatened species, revegetation and weed management.
: Soil Management in Tasmania
Comprehensive information on soil management including soil erosion, salinity, stubble management and various publications for producers.
: Gross margin tools
The gross margin budget templates allow comparisons to be made between enterprises. Gross margin is the financial difference between returns received from sales of produce and the variable costs associated with producing that produce. The business overheads can be taken into account using the Designing a Successful Business template.
: Bushfire Survival Plan
Provides useful information and advice on what to do when a bushfire threatens and preparing yourself & property for bushfire.
: Dairying for Tomorrow
A national strategy for the dairy industry to work with community partners, to sustain its natural resources.
: Soil erosion (NSW)
Provides information on different types of erosion and how to monitor erosion and manage erosion.
: Caring for our Country (Aust Gov)
'Caring for our Country' is the Australian Government's natural resource management program that integrates the delivery of the existing programs - the Natural Heritage Trust, the National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality, the National Landcare Program, the Environmental Stewardship Program and the Working on Country Indigenous Land and Environmental Program.