What's the best way to drought-proof your garden or farm?

Where ever we live there are times when we don’t get sufficient rain and enough water for our plants.

Climate change isn't helping.  Adding challenges with hotter weather and more erratic rainfall.

Imagine improving moisture levels in your soil. Your plants and soil organisms would be more comfortable. You’d reduce your water bills, irrigation costs, and grow more food.

There are lots of things we can do to capture and slow the flow of water

- landscaping our gardens

- catchment restoration techniques like dams,  swales, keyline design, natural sequence farming and dry land water harvesting structures on our farms

But they’re not cheap, and automatically the things to prioritise.

Discover how to affordably drought-proof your garden and farm... and get fortunate side effects!

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