In Conversation - Landscape Rehydration and Soil Health with the Mulloon Institute with Q&A Wednesday 10 July

From AUD $50.00
  • Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Robertson, NSW
  • Product code: Regenerative

Wednesday 10 July

In this, In Conversation, we are collaborating with The Mulloon Institutes Executive Landscape Planner, Nolani McColl to discuss their vision " to rehydrate and restore landscapes using world class scientific research, education and demonstration sites and, to rebuild landscapes that are resilient to climatic extremes, capable of providing food and water security and supporting healthy ecosystems".

Their research through the Institute is focused on creating more resilient, productive and profitable landscapes where agriculture and the environment are working in unison to combat the impact of changing climatic conditions.

Its research methodologies take a multi-dimensional integrated research approach with three key elements:

  1. Environmental impact of rehydrating landscapes

  2. Economic impact of landscape rehydration on landholders, community and the nation

  3. Social impact of landscape rehydration on community members.

After the conversation with Nolani, Suzannah Cowley will lead a Q&A with Moonacres founder Phil Lavers and Nolani about their water and land management strategies.

Come along and find out how a focus on soil health can build more resilient farming systems together, address climate change and create healthier food and a brighter future for everyone.

Join us as we have the conversation, answer questions and inspire everyone to care about, protect and restore our soil for future generations and learn how we can support local farmers who work tirelessly to provide nutritious food for us and protect and rebuild our natural resources.

The conversation will commence at 12:30pm, followed by light refreshments. 

The team at Moonacres and the Mulloon Institute look forward to seeing you soon.