Agricultural Skills for Better Soils - Free Workshop

Australian Holistic Management Co-operative
Tailem Bend SA, AU
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Agricultural Skills for Better Soils - Free Workshop

Hands on Workshop

What will you learn?

Join us for a FREE ONE-DAY WORKSHOP with leading presenters on regenerative agriculture and Holistic Management.


Discover new approaches to help you:

  • Manage soil acidity
  • Reduce wind erosion
  • Reduce water erosion
  • Build up soil health 

Who is this Workshop for?

Anybody looking to learn more about regenerative agriculture or Holistic Management.


Just ask each of these happy past students:


"Allan Savory's grazing concepts enhance soil fertility  quickly, and that concept is taking hold right across the globe and in Australia. I urge everyone to look at what  Allan Savory has been doing, and strongly recommend  taking a Holistic Management course. I hope we will all be able to work together to change the landscape, soil, water management, and regeneration process for the  good of all Australians and set an example for the rest  of the world."

Major General Michael Jeffery, former Governor General of Australia 

"Where Holistic Management is practiced, increases  of up to 3% in soil carbon are being achieved. This  happens largely because the soil is protected from  erosion and grass cover increases, allowing more root  growth."

Prof. Tim Flannery, Chief Councillor,  Climate Council 


For the sake of all your future family members, study and practice Holistic Management. Pass the  knowledge on to enrich your life and increase your  overall wealth."

Scott Robinson, Bangalow, NSW

What will be provided?

PRESENTERS:

Brian Marshall, OAM

Brian Marshall is a grazier from Guyra, NSW, with experience in cropping, beef and sheep enterprises, and an extensive background in regenerative agriculture. He is an accredited Master Verifier for Ecological Outcome Verification, and has taught Holistic Management in Australia and overseas since 1995. He was involved in the development of EOV internationally, and provided foundation knowledge for its local implementation. Brian is a 'hands on' educator, with tertiary qualifications in Australia (Tocal Dip Ag) and the USA (Texas A&M Univ B.Sc & M.Ag). In 2017, he was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for his service to primary industry education.


Tony Hill 

Tony chairs the Australian Holistic Management Co-operative, has been a member of the Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Council, and is an accredited teacher of the NSW TAFE Holistic Management Diploma. He has a background in economics, policy making, regional development, ecology and biodiversity, working for government and consulting on Cooperative Research Centres, including many for Australia’s main agriculture industries. Tony jointly founded Land to Market Australia, which provides businesses and consumers with a recognisable branding for produce from regenerating farmland. He designed the implementation of Ecological Outcome Verification in Australia and is accredited by the Savory Institute as an EOV Master Verifier. EOV is a unique approach to understanding the complexity of ecosystem health in a way that maximises value for both farmers and agricultural production.


Cost

AUD $0

For further details and to register, please contact Tony Hill at

Location and Dates

Tailem Bend SA 5260, Australia
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
9:00am to 4:00pm

Categories & Tags

 Large scale
 Small Scale
 Workshop
 Soil Health
 Hands on
 Water
 Large scale
 Landscape Health
 Small Scale
 Soil Health
 All - Cropping
 Water
 All - Ecosystem Services
 Landscape Health
 All - Livestock
 All - Cropping
 Farming Practices
 All - Ecosystem Services
 All - Livestock
 Business Management
 Farming Practices
 Business Management
#holistic management
#soil health
#regenerative agriculture
#erosion reduction

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