Orchard Development is a neighbor-led effort for sustainable urban agriculture and community green space, promoting environmental justice and community ownership of land. We at Hi-Tech Agri Clinic will work with Experts and Skill based employees to identify suitable for food production, livestock, and bee keeping. We hope to engage the full diversity of Orchard Development, seeks to host cultural events and workshops open to the general public.
Orchard Development Services include but are not limited to:
Farm forestry means different things to different people. Essentially however, it is the incorporation of commercial tree growing into farming systems. It can take many forms, including timber belts, alleys and widespread tree plantings. Farm forestry can provide farmers with an alternative source of income. It can improve agricultural production by providing shelter for stock and crops and can provide substantial environmental benefits such as salinity control. Farm forestry has an important role in helping tackle the land and water degradation issues affecting Australia's agricultural landscapes. Regional planning offers communities the opportunity to realise the multiple benefits of farm forestry.
Farm Forestry Development is also known as "Forest Farming" is the cultivation of high-value specialty crops under the protection of a forest canopy that has been modified to provide the correct shade level. Crops like ginseng, shiitake mushrooms, and decorative ferns are sold for medicinal, culinary, and ornamental uses. Forest farming provides income while high-quality trees are being grown for wood products.
Forest Plantations also offer important environmental benefits. Forest Plantations, strategically placed in the landscape, are recognised for their importance for sustainable production and improved soil, water quality and salinity mitigation, carbon and biodiversity benefits.
It is important to manage farm forestry with a well thought-out strategy that addresses the financial, environmental, agricultural, non-agricultural, and personal and business goals of the farm. Whole business planning has been widely promoted within the farming community under headings such as whole farm planning or property management planning. These approaches use several tools to help landholders define their forestry-related goals and personal performance criteria.