Information resources

Information resources

Keep your eye on this space for our growing collection of resources about regenerative agriculture including contributions from researchers, farmers, ecologists and social scientists.

Articles for landholders

Soils in Schools

Soils in Schools

We believe it is important for all children to be aware of the importance of healthy soil, ...
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Sunset at Winona

Conservation and revegetation programs

Revegetation and conservation activities can have many benefits for landholders. ...
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Why revegetation is important in agricultural landscapes

Why revegetation is important in agricultural landscapes

Without vegetation, life would be impossible. Vegetation plays a critical role in supporting life on the planet by providing habitat and food, producing oxygen and absorbing carbon dioxide. ...
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How to grow soil organic matter

How to grow soil organic matter

Methods for building soil organic carbon are as diverse as the landscapes these properties inhabit. ...
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Regenerative Agriculture Podcasts and Webinars

Regenerative Agriculture Podcasts and Webinars

Covering topics from sustainable farms to Indigenous fire management you are bound to find something that’s just right for you. ...
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Can African lovegrass be beaten? Three strategies that are working

Can African lovegrass be beaten? Three strategies that are working

Careful management tailored to the production system and landscape can minimise or avoid the problems that African lovegrass causes. ...
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Tillage Radish and Clover

Intensive farming is eating up the Australian continent – but there’s another way

Sue McIntyre explains in this article from The Conversation ...
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Water management in the land of droughts and flooding rains: Lessons from our case studies in low rainfall areas

Water management in the land of droughts and flooding rains: Lessons from our case studies in low rainfall areas

This article looks at the different approaches taken on our case study properties to manage big falls of rain when they come. ...
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Birds: Why and how to measure them on your property

Birds: Why and how to measure them on your property

Results of repeated bird surveys, like repeated soil tests, can provide land managers with valuable information on how their land management is performing over time. ...
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Lessons from our case studies

THE QUIRK FARM STORY

THE QUIRK FARM STORY

A fish kill in 1987/88, caused by leaching from acid sulphate soils, and a divided community set the scene for ...
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THE ROTHESAY TRANSITION STORY

THE ROTHESAY TRANSITION STORY

Maddy Coleman grew up in the city, and her love of horses introduced her to agriculture. Years of experience working ...
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THE GLENELG STORY

THE GLENELG STORY

This is a common story in the history of Queensland farming, but it’s an inspirational story too. It’s a story ...
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THE ILLAWONG STORY

THE ILLAWONG STORY

Bryan’s achievements over 24 years of managing Illawong provide valuable lessons for producers seeking to maintain production while also regenerating ...
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MULLOON CREEK CATCHMENT

MULLOON CREEK CATCHMENT

Mulloon Creek is not just any creek. It runs for around 50 kilometres through a beautiful valley in the Southern ...
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THE BROWNLOW HILL STORY

THE BROWNLOW HILL STORY

This is the story of an historic farm which almost failed. It’s a story which goes back 200 years, when ...
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