Regenerative Australian Farmers help farmers to build soil health and rural prosperity. They evaluate soils, conduct soil carbon field coring, baselining and work with farmers to develop implementation plans. They work with landholders to improve soil carbon and improve productivity through sustainable methods. To learn more about Regenerative Australian Farmers, follow the website link above.
Developed by David Holmgren and Su Dennett, Melliodora is one of Australia’s most well-known permaculture demonstration sites. They offer tours, training and now a permaculture book publisher and online wholesaler where you can view or buy permaculture resources.
Written by David Holmgren, Retrosuburbia is a manual for how Australians can downshift and retrofit their homes, gardens, communities and themselves to be sustainable and resilient into the future. You can purchase the book via the link above.
The Victorian No-Till Farmers Association seeks to enable farmers to use zero till regenerative farming systems to better grow food and fibre. Interested farmers can become members of the organisation or read through blog posts to learn more about this system and the benefits of the approach. Jump on the Vic No-Till Farmers Association website via the link above.
The North Central Catchment Management Authority has lots of information about regenerative agriculture and programs to help farmers implement more sustainable farming practices. You can learn more on the website linked above.