Regenerative farming bases management decisions on improving the soil biology, condition and carbon levels.
Various approaches including revised stock movement, biological fertilizers, cover cropping and no-till are the most well known techniques however there are a mulitude of fascinating ways to regnerate landscapes of all types. Even margin sandy land can be successfully regenerated as can highly saline regions.
Improving the soil's quality provides sustaible yield increases, drought resillience and healthier food & fibre.
Our aim is to create the opportunity for more Australian farmers to benefit from this extraordinary pioneering work. Providing increased yields, drought resillience, soil & food health as well as food & environmental security.
TURNING MARGINAL LAND INTO A PRODUCTIVE ASSET
Managing stock movement on large scale farms was pioneered by Allan Savory who recognised the natural movement of herds in Africa and the benefits to Savanagh resillience. The techniques taught by the Savory Insititute have helped many Australian farmers
reclaim poor land and increase the stock carrying capacity even in drought situations.