Pat Coleby was born in England in 1920. Early on in her life Pat became interested in alternative health solutions after suffering chronic asthma as
“It’s not going to work”, with a mocking smile, my sister-in-law told me “You don’t have a business mindset.” Early this year, my husband and
Michael Jeffery states that Australia as a nation should have a common purpose to restore and maintain the health of the Australian landscape. Farmers find it hard to change and need to…
Martin has taken up the bat for all farmers by buying and developing Tombarra, a place where all like-minded people can meet and work together
Michael Jeffery has observed the innovative and successful steps that Martin Royds has taken to change his whole farming system from conventional to regenerative.
Us, everything on this planet relies on that simple equation – photosynthesis – these factors, these limiting conditions allowing plants to grow.And, of course, that’s what you’re in the business of.
How do we actually stop mining, exploiting, degrading and how do we get into soil restoration farming to rebuild the cycling of that planet? It’s really the practical tools and capacity to do that which is important.
And it’s the formation of soil, this pedogenesis with microbes solubilising minerals and creating organic matter, which is really the building block.
Walter Jehne is highly concerned about the future of farming unless farmers start making changes to start storing carbon in their soils.
Putin is leading the way in pushing for organic food production
Peter Andrews talks about his property Tarwyn Park with Viv Benton and the benefits of Natural Sequence Farming.
Gerhard is showing farmers how to use a penetrometer. It is a handy tool to measure compaction.