A full conference program is available now and includes all the outstanding keynote speakers, sessions and other special events for the upcoming Regenerative Agriculture Conference.
The Conference is being held at the Margaret River HEART on 6 and 7 September, and includes keynote speakers such as:
• Dr Terry McCosker OAM, a Churchill Fellow, a Fellow of the Tropical Grasslands Society, and a previous chair of the Australian Beef Expo;
• Di and Ian Haggerty, ground-breaking farmers and recipients of numerous awards, including the A&K Hill Green Agriculture Innovation Award;
• New Zealand Merino’s Dave Maslen, speaking to their world-leading “ZQRX” regenerative wool program.
Other highlights include a live-streamed session from Gabe Brown (USA) and from David Montgomery (USA), panel sessions sharing diverse expert opinions, a dinner event with Matthew Evans at The River Hotel, and a range of field trips on 8 September.
This event is valuable for all types of farmers and will see international, national and regional keynote speakers address the most promising farming approaches for producing healthy food, building soil carbon, increasing biodiversity and gaining resilience to climate change.
Special thanks to our Conference Sponsors which include:
• Carbon Sync (Gold)
• Wide Open Agriculture (Gold)
• Southern Cross University (Bronze)
• Smartsoil (Bronze)
Grab your tickets now: Regenerative Agriculture Conference. Ticket registrations close on Wednesday 23 August.
The Regenerative Agriculture Conference 2023 is an initiative of the Shire. The conference is a partnership between the Shire and the WA state government’s Agriculture Climate Resilience Fund, supported by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development. Conference partners include Perth NRM | RegenWA, South West NRM and Business Events Perth.
The Shire is grateful for the invaluable contribution from the conference steering group which includes all conference partners plus local experts Lower Blackwood LCDC and Lower South West Growers Group.