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Cultivate your Career in Regenerative Agriculture

  21-Oct-2021      10:00AM
Live Event
21
Oct

European farming practises enacted on Australian soil within the last 200 years has had detrimental consequences for Australian landscapes. Farmers practising regenerative agriculture seek to remedy historical practices by regenerating agricultural ecosystems through observation, innovation and technology. In this presentation you will hear from leading farmer and institutions paving the way for a new generation of school-leavers who wish to explore careers in agriculture.

Find out what Regenerative Agriculture is, how it fits into the curriculum and what future careers in agriculture looks like from a regenerative perspective.

In this webinar presentation you will hear from;

  • Gillian Sanbrook from Bibbaringa Farm
  • Shannon Kelly from Full Circle Farm
  • Joe Skuse from The Mulloon Institute
  • Dr Hanabeth Luke from Southern Cross University

BROUGHT TO YOU BY: RIEP, NSW Department of Education


Event Details

Date & Time

  21-Oct-2021    10:00AM

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Live Event - Scheduled

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This will be a Zoom session. Internet and a device is required.

If you have any queries please contact the provider

Name: Walter Mansfield

Email: [email protected]

NSW Department of Education

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