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Tickets on sale now: Regenerative Agriculture Conference 2023

Tickets are now available for the upcoming Regenerative Agriculture Conference 2023 being held in Margaret River this September.

The Shire of Augusta Margaret River (Shire) has partnered with the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) to deliver the two day conference held at the Margaret River HEART. The conference will be complemented by full day, hands-on workshops and a range of field trips visiting farming enterprises around the Margaret River Region.   

This convergence will feature international, national and local keynote speakers addressing the most promising farming approaches for producing healthy food, building soil carbon, increasing biodiversity and gaining resilience to climate change.

Keynote speakers include renowned farmers and agronomists who are experts in their fields including Matthew Evans, Gabe Brown (USA), Dr Judi Earl, Rowan Reid, Grant Sims, and homegrown legends Di and Ian Haggerty. The conference will be MC’d by RegenNarration podcast’s Anthony James.

This is a really exciting convergence of experienced farmers – many of them with international followings – plus researchers and soil scientists presenting case studies on their work.

Secure your tickets before they sell out from Regenerative Agriculture Conference 2023 where you can also find out more information about the event and the speakers.

The Shire and DPIRD are principal partners of the event. Conference partners include Perth NRM and Business Events Perth. 

The Shire is grateful for the invaluable contribution from the conference steering group which includes the South West Catchments Council, Perth NRM | RegenWA, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Lower Blackwood LCDC and Lower South West Growers Group.
       

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