our food, our place, our future

creating new opportunities for ag, for communities and the environment

We build better links between plans, actions and outcomes

Future Ag Qld is ready to help extend your organisation’s  relevance to Queensland producers, communities and landscapes. We contribute to environmental and agricultural sustainability by helping devise flexible, innovative strategies to deliver projects investors and funders are seeking .

We build stronger collaboration and partnerships

Future Ag Qld understands how  relationships between government and non-government organisations fall short even when the different parties are working towards the same goals. In  remote and regional communities and economies we need better efforts to build adaptive capacity and resilience in the face of the environmental impacts of habitation, climate change, economic and technological changes that have transformed and continue to transform our physical, social and economic landscape.

We strengthen what you already have

Future Ag Qld draws on your organisation’s existing capacities to build better results. We work with you to create improved agricultural sustainability in every sense with better environmental and community outcomes. We focus on putting into action ideas that are practical, informed, collaborative & innovative, and strategic.

Future Ag Qld helps you tell your story so others will know what you are doing and will want to be part of it.

Colleagues and collaborators

mangrove in sunrise

Ian Heiner

CEO NRM Regions Qld

As CEO of NRM Regions Queensland I have worked closely with Pamela to support the roll-out of the Land Restoration Fund. She has an outstanding ability to engage with a diverse range of stakeholders and to build engagement processes that work.  She has a great ability to see and articulate the big picture and critical outcomes for stakeholders. Her capacity to research and synthesise complex information into an accessible form is impressive.  

mangrove in sunrise

Verity Morgan-Schmidt

Farmers for Climate Action

Pamela contributed to the Stanthorpe Farmers for Climate Action Summit in 2019. She presents with a strong message directly addressing the need for new ideas and new partnerships to bring research, environmentalists and producers together. Having worked with Pamela through her time with the Land Restoration Fund team, I commend her commitment to real stakeholder engagement and her ability to rapidly synthesise complex concepts for practical outcomes.

mangrove in sunrise

Michelle Vlatkovic

Kamilaroi Writer and First Nation Community Broadcaster with Indigi-Briz and Souljah Sistars programs at 4ZZZ

I have collaborated with Pamela on several social and community creative projects since 2016. In that time I have found her to be someone who clearly lives her values in both her personal and professional relationships. She is a very skilled writer producing words that tell a compelling story and has excellent skills for research and bringing complicated ideas together in ways that make sense. Pamela is committed to building a business that puts the environment and Indigenous people together with food producers at the centre of that story. And she brings great energy and capacity to that work.

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