Head along to a free on-farm workshop at Mt Gambier or Wrattonbully to learn more about:
- Improving soil health and productivity
- Managing pastures for improved livestock health
- Increasing water retention and biodiversity
Internationally recognised regenerative farming consultant Dick Richardson will discuss his natural grazing management techniques and how they can optimise pasture growth and improve soil health on your property.
Dick’s experience and application of regenerative grazing principles encompasses far reaches of the globe including Namibia and Kalahari, tropical east South Africa, the arid zones of Arizona and Colorado, Texas, Florida, the UK and Australia’s temperate, alpine, tropical, and semi-arid regions. His business ‘Grazing Naturally’ is now based near Tungkillo, South Australia and continues help farmers meet their own unique grazing challenges.
- Mount Gambier, Wednesday 30 May, 9am – 1pm
- Wrattonbully, Thursday 31 May, 9am – 1pm
For more information and to book, contact Regional Landcare Facilitators, Matthew Honner 0439 346 025 or Caroline Menzel 0409 675 573.
Date: Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Time: 11:30 pm - 3:30 am
Venue: Mount Gambier
Mount Gambier, SA, Australia