Growing regenerative farms and farmers.
Our new farm is in transition from previous management and we are building healthy soils, biodiversity and a beautiful place for us and our animals.
After Glen’s parents completed a Grazing for Profit school in the early nineties, he saw there were alternative production methods to what he was being taught at university in his Bachelor of Agricultural Economics. He started researching Keyline Farming techniques and then worked as a consultant focused on holistic management and sustainable grazing with Resource Consulting Services.
After starting their family Glen and Lucinda returned to Armidale, where Lucinda works for Landcare. Glen started working with regional businesses advising and developing business plans for a wide array of enterprises. This included working on the development of some social enterprise plans with local communities and regional development of ecotou
Glen developed the first sustainable and regenerative farming tour, which took a small group of farmers to New York, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Virginia and California visiting Joel Salatin’s Polyface Farm, Rodale Institute for research in organic farming and the Centre for Agriculture Economy in Harwick Vermont.
Glen is continuing development of the regenerative food and farming tours, with the launch of a new series with both Australian and overseas programs. We are also delivering a range of workshops and field days.