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At our recent conference, ‘Farming and Climate Change: Towards Net Zero Carbon Emissions’, regenerative farmer and author of the book ‘Call of the Reed Warbler’ (2017), Charles Massy provided an eve of conference address, looking at, amongst other things, the critical role that ruminants play in landscape preservation and restoration. Charles Massy is a seminal voice in regenerative agriculture, which foregrounds ‘ecological literacy’ as a key tool. It looks to nature as a guide, seeking always to support and regenerate ecosystems. Massy is uncompromising in his conviction that healthy food comes from healthy landscapes and that modern industrial agriculture has damaged this. Regenerative practices can repair this. You can find out more about the conference here: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPendu Australia Episode 28 | Magnetic Hill and Apple farming in Vernon CanadaPendu Australia Episode 11 (Almond Farming Special)Dickson Despommier On Vertical FarmingUS city adopts eco-friendly ‘vertical farming’Vertical Farming in Kakaako – Kerry KakazuChild Center & Adult Services Inc Receive Tribute and Charity by Charles Myrick of ACRX

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  • Rainbow Trail Chalets 1 month ago

    I am finding it difficult in Australia to find Australian resources on regenerative agriculture and have a few questions relating to my farm where I would like to start this practice. I have just had the Haney soil test done on my trufferie and avocado orchard but have nothing to help me interpret my results, nothing to compare to ( and no one in my region can help me). i also would like to know how regen ag will affect my ph when I need ph 5.5 in one paddock and high 7 in another. Would you have advice on who I could talk to at all; I would really appreciate it.

  • Frank Holzman 1 month ago Radical Regenerative Gardening and Farming.,/ Regenerative Agroecology

  • cant believe the nfu have put this together  maybe we can still be saved after all

  • Jack T 1 month ago

    Why don't Australians plant trees across their desert dust lands and re-green it all, like China is doing in the Gobi desert.

  • Birchwood Farm 1 month ago

    This is great! We need to keep spreading this system. All the way down to the smallest homestead practices.