Queensland is poised for strong growth in renewable energy over the next 10 years and beyond with an abundance of sunshine and wind across the state. Queensland plans to grow its renewable energy generation and storage with the Queensland Energy and Jobs Plan setting new targets to reach 70 per cent renewable energy by 2032 and 80 per cent by 2035. With increasing interest in the development of mostly solar and wind projects, a growing number of landholders are considering the potential to host renewable energy generation on their property having been approached by renewable energy developers. It is important that farmers are supported to make informed decisions when assessing the associated opportunities and risks to ensure they are able to determine the direction they wish to take their farming enterprise into the future. This Toolkit: a) provides information and guidance for landholders considering hosting renewable energy projects b) supports landholders to navigate the stages of renewable energy project development should they decide to proceed with negotiations or enter into an agreement with a renewable energy developer. Through a period of consultation with numerous stakeholders including landholders, industry representatives, legal and financial advisors, and other representative bodies, a broad range of insights have informed the development of this Toolkit, providing you, the landholder, with a full spectrum of relevant considerations. The Toolkit suggests what should be considered during negotiations and the preparation of agreements, but does not contain specific advice and as such, each landholder should seek suitable independent advice for their specific circumstances. The toolkit also provides advice to the landholder to assist in achieving good project outcomes such as community consultation and benefit sharing.