Agriculture and farming

Tweed Shire Council’s Sustainable Agriculture Program collaborates with local farmers to encourage farmland sustainability and productivity while enhancing environmental values.

The program provides grant funding, educational field days and resources, policy work and advocacy.

Farming community

Join our farming community

Find out about workshops, field days, events, grant opportunities and other initiatives.

Sign up to the Tweed Shire Sustainable Agriculture Network.

Onsite farm consultation

Book a free onsite farm consultation

Contact our Sustainable Agriculture Program Leader on 02 6670 2400 or at

Attend workshops and events

The following farm field days and workshops are on the horizon.

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Farm Walk and Talk at Victor Pires’ syntropic farm


Thursday 12 October 2023 - 12:30 pm to 3 pm


Victor Pires’ syntropic farm
128 Bonnydoon Road
Uki NSW 2484


Join us for a walk and talk through a syntropic food forest. Syntropic farming uses a diversity of production and support crops mixed with local native plants to build soil fertility and increase biodiversity, all the while producing food for sale or self-sustainability with minimal inputs.

How to register

Register here - spots are limited so get in quick.

Contact or call the Sustainable Agriculture Team on 02 6670 2400 for more information.