In this presentation from the ODPG Conference, Walter Jehne looks at how Organic and Regenerative principles restore soil function, restore the filtering of nutrients, restore soil carbon and restore water storage; all of which mitigate and reverse Climate Change. Continue reading Walter Jehne: ODPG Conference Presentation
We’ve reduced the price of our Farm Membership as we enter the second half of 2020. If you haven’t already, now is the time to take advantage of our membership benefits: Continue reading Reduced Membership Fee for the Remainder of 2020
“There is nothing sustainable about a farm that fails to make money.” Continue reading My Regenerative Grazing Journey – Siobhan Griffin
Hamish Bielski shares his own fascinating farming experiences in his presentation ‘The Importance of Regeneratively-Managed Livestock to our Planet.’ This is a must-see to understand how animals fit into the subject of soil health if they and the land are managed in the correct way. Continue reading Hamish Bielski: ODPG Conference Presentation
This article on sustainable agroecosystems by Richard Teague looks at how Regenerative Grazing Farmers manage specifically to optimise four key ecosystem functions. Research was undertaken at commercial ranch scale across North America. Continue reading How Grazing Strategy impacts Ecological Processes
Following on from our successful ODPG Conference, which pulled together a wealth of interesting speakers from academia, science and from the fields, our membership has been growing in leaps and bounds. If you’re not a member yet, it’s not too late to join us for the rest of 2020. The sooner you join, the more value you’ll get.
We also encourage and welcome Regenerative Farmers, Biological Farmers, and anyone who wants to find better ways to farm their land, however big or small. Continue reading Join Us for Advice, Support & Resources
Our 2020 Conference ‘The Regenerative Soil Solution’ starts tomorrow! Our list of delegates is complete, our thirteen wonderful speakers are confirmed, and the Head Chef is cooking up an organic storm! Continue reading Looking Forward to a Great Conference
Washcreek Organic Beef and Lamb are grown on Mt Cass Station, a 2500 hectare farm that spreads from the Waipara Wine Country to the Coast. Continue reading Thank you, Washcreek!
We started planning this two-day conference about eight months ago, and it began with a title – ‘The Regenerative Soil Solution’ – which sums up our growing need to regenerate soil functions in order to restore water, food, and health quality to New Zealanders, and sequester carbon in the face of a changing climate. Continue reading Book Your Place Before 2nd March
The Beatties Pitt Island Wild Sheep receive NO chemicals, including treatments, injections or antibiotics in their lifetime and their tails are left as nature intended, wagging behind them. Continue reading Wyld Organic Food on our Conference Menu