expressions of interest

Do you have areas of wodjil soils that do not provide a reliable return that you would like to make more profitable? Is your farm located within 150km of Bencubbin?

The Mt Marshall Sandalwood project has a vision of taking land that is currently marginal out of conventional agriculture and planting it to biodiverse sandalwood systems.

Sandalwood is a high-value native tree that produces an annual nut crop. The Mt Marshall Sandalwood project is targeting the planting of 50,000 hectares of currently unproductive land in the region, with a focus on wodjil soils. While initial funding will be sought, in the long term the Mt Marshall Sandalwood project aims to be self-supporting; providing additional income to farmers and new local jobs.

By converting unproductive sites to biodiverse sandalwood systems, you could be turning some paddocks into more profitable and environmentally stable systems.

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I have wodjil soils.  no 10ha 15ha 20ha or more

I am interested in growing sandalwood as part of my farming system.  yes no

I am interested in attending a workshop to learn more about sandalwood production systems on wodjil soils.  yes no

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I understand that this Expression of Interest is non-binding and that all information will be kept confidential.

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