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Digging Deeper Soil Biology Forum 2017

Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (ACDT)

Digging Deeper Soil Biology Forum 2017

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Miss out on the March 2017 - Scratching the Surface - soil biology forum at Currency Creek. The one where Joel Salatin, Walter Jehne, Dick Richardson and a host of other speakers informed and delighted the sold out venue?

Or, were you a lucky ticket holder and did get to attend?

Either way, here is the next opportunity to learn more about soil biology and how it plays a part in your production systems. Dr Christine Jones, Colins Seis and Graeme Hand will look at historical soil context, soil science including microbial activity, landscape function, practical application and application in cropping and livestock farming.

Only ONE HUNDRED tickets available for a day of speakers, workshop and discussion at the Mt Osmond Golf Club. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided.

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To the pressing worldwide challenge of assisting farmers to optimise farm productivity while regenerating their land both environmentally and economically, Australian soil ecologist Dr Christine Jones offers an accessible, inspiring perspective.


For over 20 years, Colin Seis has been developing and using the 'pasture cropping' technique on his property to continually regenerate its grassland, soil and farm ecosystem. Dedicated to farmer education, support programmes and enabling extensive scientific study of the 'pasture cropping' technique, Colin will bring realistic options to the forum.


Graeme Hand 

Graeme Hand has worked as an industrial chemist, international marketer, meat industry consultant as well as farm consultant to many family and corporate farmers. He has a special interest in working with family farms to create profitable, regenerative farm businesses which are enjoyable to work in.

Have questions about Digging Deeper Soil Biology Forum 2017? Contact Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges

When & Where

Mount Osmond Golf Club
60 Mount Osmond Road
Mount Osmond, SA 5064

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (ACDT)

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Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges

Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges (AMLR) is responsible for delivering a range of programs and projects on behalf of the AMLR Natural Resources Management (NRM) Board and the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources. Through managing, protecting and, in some cases, restoring the region’s precious natural resources, we’re aiming to balance the needs of people with those of nature.

Our work aims to achieve the targets set out in the AMLR NRM Plan. This plan was developed by the board in partnership with the community and stakeholders.

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