SOUTH Gippsland Landcare Network is excited to bring you a field day on regenerative grazing with Graeme Hand, delivered through the Enhancing Soil Biology Project.
Taught by Alan Savory, Graeme has 25 years’ experience with planned grazing management – including land and soil health monitoring, enterprise design, financial planning and monitoring.
They’ll be meeting on Thursday, May 27 at Outtrim to hear from Graeme about:
• Implementing a regenerative grazing management approach—why and how.
• Animal and plant-based monitoring methods.
• Setting up your own safe-to-fail practice area.
• A chance to develop your own grazing plan.
After lunch, they will visit a farm at Jumbunna and see how Graeme’s ideas translate to the steeper country. Register at steepcountrygrazing.eventbrite.com.au.
Bass Coast Landcare Network will deliver the same session on Friday, May 28 in Archies Creek, visiting a flat country farm. Register at flatcountrygrazing.eventbrite.com.au.
This project is supported by the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, through funding from the Australian government’s National