Explore ways to regenerate and rehydrate your property| Photos

Explore ways to regenerate and rehydrate your property!

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Looking out over the landscape at Bibbaringa, Bowna. Photos: Gill Sanbrook

Looking out over the landscape at Bibbaringa, Bowna. Photos: Gill Sanbrook

Gill Sanbrook invites interested landholders to look out over the landscape of her farm near Bowna in southern NSW on October 28 and 29.

"Join us on farm at Bibbaringa, for this intensive, hands on, fun Bootcamp as we explore the basics of rural landscapes, landscape thinking and the science and practice behind landscape regeneration and landscape rehydration," Ms Sanbrook said.

"David Hardwick is running the first Regenerating Landscape workshop in southern NSW at Bibbaringa and you are all invited to attend."

Ms Sanbrook said there will be a team of highly experienced presenters, including David Hardwick from Soil Land Food and Cam Wilson from The Mulloon Institute, Bungendore.

Peter Hazell from The Mulloon Institute will also be a key note speaker.

"This course will deepen your understanding of how your farm landscape works," she said.

"It will help you improve the natural capital of your business.

"On the farm and looking at ways of looking at landscape and balancing environmental outcomes within a productive agricultural enterprise."

Ms Sanbrook has had a longterm interest in restoring the landscape at Bibberinga yet allowing for a viable cattle enterprise to operate within that landscape.

She is a regenerative grazier who owns and manages Bibbaringa and said landholders who are looking to rehydrate their farm landscape and implement regenerative cropping or grazing are welcome to attend.

"The days will show how you can improve farm biodiversity by creating a healthy and productive farm landscape," she said.

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