Regenerative Agriculture Resource

Getting started with farming regeneratively

While there’s great enthusiasm for regenerative agriculture, in practice it can be hard to know where to turn for advice and assistance to get started. 

In Australia, there are a number of supportive Catchment Management Authorities and Landcare groups, for example check out these resources from Bass Coast Landcare Group.

There are also a number of active online discussions, including the Regenerative Agriculture Group on Facebook (convened by Sara Schmude).

You can also turn to consultants who specialise in this field. 

Graeme Hand is a preeminent source of advice re implementation of regenerative grazing.  This comprehensive webinar for Regrarians will help you sort out what works for you, your land and how to quickly evaluate if the land you are looking at is regenerating..

Regrarians also run a number of farm planning courses and host a large resource base for members.

Rowan Reid is an excellent source of agroforestry information, with courses, resources, consultancy and a book.

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