Landcare plays a leading role in changing Australia’s approach to sustainable agricultural practices, environmental protection, land and water conservation, biodiversity and landscape restoration whilst connecting communities.
The partnership delivers a number of strategic projects that create value for CHEP’s supply chain partners, the environment and regional communities. Landcare Australia’s rigorous project selection criteria ensures the partnership delivers a range of positive outcomes including, natural habitat restoration, enhancing biodiversity and building resilience in Australia’s food and farming systems. These important issues connect CHEP’s supply chain partners to the needs of society and the environment, and support Landcare Australia’s vision for all Australians to actively care for the land and water that sustains us.
With $60,000 in funding from the first CHEP Land Management and Sustainable Agriculture Landcare Grant, the Upper Snowy Landcare Network will be planting 4,500 native trees and shrubs to restore the foundations of an endangered woodland. For more information, visit https://www.chep.com/au/en/consumer-goods/restoring-foundations-endangered-woodland
The partnership also offers meaningful volunteering opportunities for CHEP’s employees to join their local communities and regenerate the environment.
To find out more about our partnership, visit: https://www.chep.com/au/en/consumer-goods/chep-australia-signs-partnership-landcare-australia