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We support farmers to regenerate soils and landscapes for healthy food and communities.


We support farmers to regenerate soils and landscapes for healthy food and communities.


Our Case Study program produces in-depth reports about the practices and outcomes of soil stewards around the country.

Chickens on Bokhara Plain, owned and operated by Harriet FinlaysonACTCase StudiesCase StudyNew South Wales
July 15, 2022

New and Young Chicken Farmers

Meet Harriet Finlayson and Adam Lilleyman, two young Australian farmers. Both Harriet and Adam developed their enterprises on land owned by their parents, and are working through questions facing young…
Case StudiesCase StudyNew South Wales
July 5, 2022

Tathra Place Free Range

A case study of the transformation experience at the Winder's 'Tathra Place Free Range' introducing a holistic approach using regenerative agriculture. Their goal is to ‘feed as many human beings…
ACTCase StudiesCase Study
June 22, 2022

Amberly Farm

The Lilleyman family moved into farming 10 years ago when they took over Amberly Farm in the ACT. Through their journey, they have brought greater financial security to their farming…

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A collection of the latest news and articles on regenerative farmers, events and activities.

Graham Finalyson explaining the trials he has been doing on his propertyBlog
June 14, 2022

Farmer Researchers

As part of the Rangelands Living Skin project, producers are running trials of low-cost, scalable practices that they hope will offer multiple benefits.
June 14, 2022

New and young farmers

Recent research undertaken by The Farmer Incubator in partnership with Young Farmers Connect highlights how access is one of the main challenges for the next generation of farmers. Right at…
June 10, 2022

Peer to peer learning in farming communities.

Farmer-led learning groups are springing up across Australia. Croppers in Southeast Queensland are forming their own WhatsApp groups to share stories and questions on their multi-species cropping trials. Farmer learning…


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Soil is one of the earth’s most important natural resources and is essential for healthy plant growth, food production and ecosystem services such as clean, plentiful water and air.


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Traditional Custodians of Australia

Soils for Life acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea environment, water and community. We pay our respect to the Traditional Custodians, their culture, and elders both past, present and future. We recognise and value Indigenous knowledge systems, and the imperative to listen to and work with Traditional Owners as we collectively learn how to heal country.

About 'Soils for Life'

Soils for Life is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that works across Australia to support Australian farmers in regenerating soil and landscapes, to build natural and social capital, and transform food and fibre systems.

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