These days it doesn’t matter where we farm - at times we don’t get enough rain.
Wouldn’t it be great to drought-proof your farm?
To make the best use of the rain and irrigation you have available? To extend your growing season by keeping your soil moist well into dry times? To save money on feed for livestock when growing gets tough?
What is the solution?
Usually, we respond with planned de-stocking and rotational grazing practices. With irrigation and water harvesting landscape designs - like swales, natural sequence farming and keyline.
These help but, we can do much more.
Using eco-logical techniques we get the rain measured in our rain gauge infiltrating our soil rather than running off AND increase the amount of water stored in our soil.
Using this eco-logical approach you -
- Cost-effectively drought-proof your whole farm
- Get the additional benefits that come from improving your soil and other growing conditions
- Create opportunities to develop additional income streams within your existing production systems
With this Handbook, you’ll discover how to use this eco-logical approach, then look at the additional help water harvesting landscape designs can provide.
Instead of living in hope waiting for the next drought to hit – ask “what’s the best thing I can do” and this Handbook will help you do it!