The Story of project catalyst

Project Catalyst is a pioneering partnership between more than 70 innovative Queensland cane growers and major partners to promote groundbreaking farm practices that improve water quality from sugarcane farms impacting the Great Barrier Reef.

Project Catalyst is a pioneering partnership between innovative Queensland cane growers, Natural Resource Management (NRM) groups, the Australian Government, WWF and The Coca-Cola Foundation.

The project aims to support growers and promote groundbreaking farm practices that improve water quality from sugarcane farms impacting the Great Barrier Reef.

What started as 19 growers, has grown into 80 Project Catalyst sugarcane farmers across Queensland, developing cutting-edge practices for more sustainable farming.

This farmer-led innovation has already improved the quality of 150 billion litres of water flowing into the reef and is looking to continue this improvement every year.