Learning from Nature Team
Dr Wendy Seabrook
Founder and CEO
At Learning from Nature, Wendy combines her recognised skills as an ecologist, farmer, innovator and strategist, to unpack the secrets of successful regenerative agriculture.
"I am passionate about learning from and working with Nature.”
“It's crazy to ignore millions of years of innovation, especially as Nature has carried out the research and development in every climate and soil type on the planet! We need all the help we can get to solve the climate and ecological emergency.”
When not busy in the office Wendy can be found out on the farm - Hill Top Farm – the Learning from Nature demonstration site and education facility in far north Australia or exploring wild landscapes. > Wendy's credentials
Lisa provides high-level administrative support for Learning from Nature; masterfully managing the 'back-end' complexity of our online business.
She joined Learning from Nature in early 2018, bringing with her skills in content management from studies in journalism, and working for Associated Newspapers in London.
She is passionate about supporting food growers, and lives on a small acreage property with her partner, horse and dogs.
Outside of her working life, you will find Lisa, sampling Queensland life for her Instagram blog, and riding her horse on forest trails.
Jo helps us create engaging information-packed digital and print resources.
“I enjoy connecting people to this invaluable information. Helping simplify the path by translating the science and breaking down complex concepts, so our farmers, gardeners and environment benefit. Sometimes it only takes a word, a dash here or an exclamation mark there...”
Having worked in publishing, and community development – internationally, in city, rural and remote areas, Jo is a skilled communicator. Often preparing publications for people who don’t have English as a first language.
Jo works part-time and is a Carer for her disabled husband, a specialist in translating ancient Chinese texts. She loves gardening - when she is not busy volunteering for community organisations.