Regenerative Ag Webinar

Adjusting to the changes brought about by Covid 19, our planned workshop was swapped out for a webinar. 

On June 10th, thanks to funding through the Ag Knowledge Grants Program (NR SAMD), Colin Seis presented the webinar to mallee farmers who had participated in the previous pasture cropping/regenerative grazing programs. 

The webinar followed on from previous programs to improve the understanding of management options on their properties that respond to the current season. Colin gave the presentation with a perspective of long term management that has brought about a change in the function of the landscape across the mallee and a loss of grasslands. He gave information about how we can better manage our system so that it functions well and to bring back grasslands where possible. He reiterated his message to manage to the conditions you have.

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