Impact

Climate Farmland Investment General Impact

Direct seeding underway for spring 2022

The revegetation program at the Australian Farmlands Fund is currently in its fourth year of planting native vegetation. This year’s program will bring the Fund closer to hitting its 30% target, with a total of 290ha revegetated across the landscape. Prior to the sowing, the landscape must be prepared to maximise the germination success of the […]


by Kilter Rural • September 27, 2022
Climate General Impact Investment Media Water Investment

Kilter Rural CEO Cullen Gunn talks water returns on ausbiz

Aired on ausbiz tv on Tuesday 9th August 2022.


by Kilter Rural • August 10, 2022
Climate Farmland Investment Impact

New carbon sequestration technology in agricultural crops being trialled at scale through an innovative collaboration between Kilter Rural and Loam Bio

This winter crop season, Kilter’s Australian Farmlands Fund has seen an initial canola crop sown using new technology developed by Loam Bio. The technology harnesses the power of tiny dark microbes, which have proven to draw down and store vast amounts of carbon, as well as improve soil health and increase crop yields. Loam Bio […]


by Kilter Rural • July 21, 2022
Climate Farmland Investment Impact

Emissions accounts for fund verified

The emissions accounts for the Australian Farmlands Fund in the 2021 Financial Year have been officially verified. The accounts underwent an audit and verification process by a licensed third party to ensure emissions calculations were accurate and reported in line with the GHG Protocol. Emissions in the accounts of the Australian Farmlands Fund include scope […]


by Kilter Rural • November 23, 2021
Climate General Impact Investment

Kilter’s in Support of COP26 Glasgow

This week marks the start of COP26 in Glasgow. The summit is the 26th conference of parties under the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and the first major international climate change conference since the Paris agreement in 2015. At the conference, all attending nations are expected to sign up to stronger […]


by Kilter Rural • November 3, 2021
Climate Impact Media

Kilter Rural signs on to “Together We Can”

Friday October 22, 2021 Kilter Rural signs on to “Together We Can” On the eve of COP26 in Glasgow, major Australian agricultural company Kilter Rural has signed on to the growing “Together We Can” campaign, an alliance of Australian business, health, indigenous, environmental and civil society organisations pushing for more action to be taken nationally […]


by Kilter Rural • October 22, 2021
Farmland Investment Impact

Direct seeding at Australian Farmlands Fund dedicates 220ha to biodiversity

During August and September, the Australian Farmlands Fund has direct-seeded another 105ha of native vegetation. There is now 220ha of landscape dedicated to biodiversity, embedding carbon in the landscape and building landscape resilience in the face of climate change.


by Kilter Rural • September 20, 2021
Farmland Investment General Impact

Australian Farmlands Fund shows results in water usage

The sustainable management of Australian Farmlands Funds’ diverse agricultural and water portfolio focuses on regenerative practices and sustainable use of resources in the face of climate-related risks. The product of these practices is evident in the Fund’s leadership in water-use efficiency at the nexus of the land and water portfolios.   Crops grown over FY21 at […]


by Kilter Rural • September 16, 2021
Farmland Investment General Impact

Responsible Investment Association Australasia’s (RIAA)  report released

The Australian Farmlands Fund is proud to support the launch of Responsible Investment Association Australasia’s (RIAA) Annual Responsible Investment Benchmark Report this month. The Funds have been actively involved with RIAA since inception, and are certified by RIAA’s Responsible Investment program. As one of the leading impact investors in Australian agriculture, Kilter closely monitors the performance of […]


by Kilter Rural • September 10, 2021
Farmland Investment General Impact

New soil condition methodology accredited by Accounting for Nature.

In August, Kilter Rural received accreditation for its soil condition assessment methodology. It is the second methodology Kilter Rural has approved under the Accounting for Nature (AfN) framework. This soil method is developed in collaboration with our long-time technical soils partner Regen Soils. The method is uniquely designed not just to score the condition of our soils […]


by Kilter Rural • September 10, 2021