Social monitoring

Practice change can take years to implement across entire farms.

This social monitoring data presents the opinions of cane farmers and graziers engaged in practice change projects to reduce sediment, nutrients and pesticides being lost to local waterways.

This information helps with understanding farmer perspectives and enables us to deliver more effective Reef programs.

Reasons to take up new practices were identified from responses at the start of the program and farmers’ views on the new practices and opportunities for strengthening success were identified at the end of the program.

You can access all the Reef Water Quality Report Card 2020 results online including more information about the social monitoring program.

You can also learn more in this fact sheet about social monitoring (PDF, 492.5KB) .


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