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    Saving Soil Health & Hydration

    CS3 Saving Soil Health Hydration

    Two events, held in the latter half of 2020, supported 70+ local farmers to better understand landscape rehydration.

    Workshops by David Hardwick and Damon Telfer, and Stuart Andrews in September and October respectively, promoted key messages that supporting diverse and healthy perennial plant communities, restores hydration to farms.

    "Landscapes can be regenerated and it’s not as expensive as you think," said one enthusiastic participant.

    Comments like this from our participants highlighted their “lightbulb moment” and fostered a new determination to apply these techniques on their own enterprises.

    It has become more apparent that there exists a clear desire for deeper understanding in group settings, perhaps through demonstration sites.

    The team at Southern New England Landcare look forward to bringing future educational opportunities to our district on 'Variations' on Natural Sequence Farming.

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