As part of the Carbon Series, learn how to make and use low-cost biofertilisers and bioferments using practical fermentation-based techniques with David Hardwick.
David Hardwick is a professional agroecologist. He has been doing soil and regenerative agriculture extension and consulting all over Australia for nearly 20 years. He completed a degree in Ecological Agriculture at the University of Sydney with focus on regenerative and organic farming systems, land management and rural change. David has worked in the conventional, organic and regenerative sectors and across grazing, horticulture, dairying and cropping systems.
Carbon Series is brought to you by Vic No-Till and supported by Wimmera CMA through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.
This six-part webinar series discusses how to set yourself up for rotational grazing success. Graeme Hand, founder of Hand for the Land, takes an in-depth approach, covering the theory but most importantly, the practice, of rotational grazing.
Holistic Grazing Series brought to you by VicNoTill farmers helping farmers is supported by Wimmera CMA through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.
VicNoTill presents the Carbon Series webinars that focus on soil carbon and provide practical steps to help you increase soil organic matter in your farming system. Featuring three specialists in this regenerative, no-till farming system field, the Carbon Series is supported by Wimmera CMA through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.
This is the first of two webinars with Jade Killoran from Healthy Farming Systems about whether multi-species work on real-life farms, are they economically viable, what paddock-scale changes are possible and how long do they take?
Featuring Jade Killoran from Healthy Farming Systems and two leading Wimmera farmers, Tara Hindson from the West Wimmera and Zoe Crouch from Landsborough on the edge of the Wimmera and Pyrenees Ranges. Tara and Zoe share their experiences in integrating cover crops and multi-species pastures into their mixed farming systems. They talk about the benefits and the challenges, giving you a hands-on and honest insight into making changes to your system for build more carbon in your soils.