TransFARMation: keys to transforming the way you farm Kim Deans - NASAA Into Organics Conference Presentation 2019 Watch here
Taking a holistic view of soil health:
The role of soil tests and what the numbers mean
How to work with microbes and getting to know your underground livestock
Measuring and improving rainfall use efficiency for farming and grazing enterprises
Tune up your Agro-ecosystems Webinar with Kim Deans delivered for Fitzroy Basin Association, June 2020 Watch here
Join Kim Deans for conversations with inspiring farmers who are transforming lives, relationships and landscapes. We explore how we can be the change we wish to see in the world.
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Episode 1: Regenerating Landscapes with Angus Deans
Angus is a facilitator of awareness and is passionate about regenerating landscapes and putting people in touch with themselves through nature, making him a natural choice for my first interview. I have shared the journey with Angus of regenerating a lifeless soil which had been mined for tin and overgrazed prior to purchasing it in 2004. I love Angus's ability to work in tune with nature and to question everything and am excited to share this conversation with you. I know you will be inspired with simple and practical actions you can implement straight away.
Episode 2: Regenerating Landscapes and Community Farming with Shane Joyce
Shane Joyce is a 3rd generation beef cattle producer from central Queensland whose lifelong passion is landscape regeneration. Shane is currently developing a plan to put his farm in the Sunshine Coast hinterland into community ownership and lease it out to young farmers. Shane is passionate about passing on the tribal knowledge through field days, workshops, mentoring and consulting.
Episode 3: Resilient Soil Systems with Nicole Masters
Nicole Masters is an agro-ecologist and the director of Integrity Soils. Nicole specialises in regenerative agricultural systems and their management and works with farmers in New Zealand, Australia and North America.