How to do Regenerative Farming

Eco-logically

There is a groundswell of farmers using regenerative practices recognising that much of our farmland is in poor condition and would work better with a few repairs.

The challenge has been how to do it.

Soil carbon, organic matter, water infiltration, and biodiversity are valuable measures to track our progress, but these are products and services of functioning ecosystems. We need functioning ecosystems for these to improve.

Giving farmers the know-how to choose the best practices for the issues holding them back, their growing conditions, livestock, and crops, you'll cultivate grower-led innovation in regenerative farming.

The ecological principles are straightforward. Growers come on board appreciating the eco-logic and seeing the economic benefits. They trial techniques, learn and share their experiences.

Who benefits…?

…Farmers interested in exploring eco-logical ways growing. Their climate, the type of food grown, or property size doesn't matter – the principles are the same. Back yard growers, community and market gardeners, hobby farmers and large scale commercial growers benefit from using this ecological approach.

Practicalities

We partner with community groups, regional and international development organisations to deliver these workshops in their region or online, combined with live stream video demonstrations from the field at Hill Top Farm - our education centre and demonstration site.

Partners generally have extensive networks and media contacts for promotions, organising registration, the venue and catering. Our role is to work with you to fine-tune the content to meet the needs of your participants.

What Farmers say about this Workshop

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David and Sandi Cohen, commercial organic green bean producers in Queensland, Australia.

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Dianne James is a business consultant supporting farming enterprises in NSW, Australia.

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Michelle Stephens runs a successful organic market garden in NSW, Australia.

Farm and Co

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Ron Purves, farming 40 acres north of Brisbane, Australia

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Contact us to discuss running this workshop for your community

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phone on +61 7 4069 505

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