If you haven't got around to entering the living skin art comp, it's not too late. The closing date has bee extended to 31 May 2021. The winners design will be used to promote the project. Check it out https://t.co/Gi22kA31p8

What is agroecology and what can it do for you? Kirsty Yeates is a passionate agroecologist working towards widespread adoption of regenerative agriculture at Soils For Life. Learn more about Kirsty and her journey with agroecology in our bio link! #regenerativeagriculture #regenag #regenerativeag ...#climatesmartagriculture #healthysoils #holisticmanagement #australianagriculture #livingsoil #water #carbonfarming #foodsecurity #foodsovereignty #biodiversity

What is agroecology and what can it do for you? Kirsty Yeates is a passionate agroecologist working towards widespread adoption of regenerative agriculture at Soils For Life. Learn more about Kirsty and her journey with agroecology in our interview here: ...https://soilsforlife.org.au/ask-an-agroecologist/

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Inspired by a deep commitment towards landscapes and communities, Kirsty Yeates is a passionate agroecologist working towards widespread adoption of...

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One week left to enter the Rangelands Living Skin Artwork Competition! If you’re a parent or a teacher of a Western LLS Region Primary school student, find out how they can enter and what prizes they can win here: https://soilsforlife.org.au/rangeland-artwork @NSWDPI_Soils @GusWhyte @LLSWestern