Soil Secrets: The Fundamentals for Building Profit, Productivity & Natural Capital

A 1 day Workshop & Field Walk with Dr Christine Jones

Research & farming case studies have demonstrated that flourishing communities of beneficial soil microbes are ‘key’ to soil health & plant production. Also revealed is that having the right microbes present in the soil & in the right amounts, is dependent on having a diversity of green plants growing in the soil all year round.

How can it be done? How can we i) increase the water holding capacity of our soils ii) achieve flourishing communities of beneficial soil microbes iii) maintain year round species rich pastures, & iv) transition from a solely winter/spring annual pasture system to a more perennial system?

Find answers to these questions and more at our 1 day workshop & field walk  ‘Soil Secrets – The Fundamentals  for Building Profit, Productivity & Natural Capital’ with Australian soil ecologist Dr Christine Jones. Dr Jones will explain the truly amazing connections between plants, microbes & the soil, & how a positive feedback loop between them all can work to restore our farmland soils along with farm profits & productivity.


About Dr Christine Jones
Dr Christine Jones is an internationally renowned and highly respected groundcover and soil ecologist. She has been working with innovative landholders to implement regenerative land management practices that enhance biodiversity, increase biological activity, sequester carbon, activate soil nutrient cycles, restore water balance, improve productivity and create new topsoil.Christine has organised and participated in workshops, field days, seminars and conferences throughout Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Western Europe, Central America, USA and Canada.

About Dr Christine Jones’ tour of WA
Internationally recognised Australian soil microbiologist, Dr Christine Jones will be heading to Western Australia February 2023 for a total of 8 events focusing on soil biology, providing practical advice for farmers to increase their profit and productivity by implementing regenerative agriculture practices.

These events are supported by the Agriculture Climate Resilience Fund and is a collaboration between DPIRD,  Torbay Catchment Group, Perth NRM|RegenWA, Earthwhile Australia, Lower Blackwood LCDC, Wilson Inlet Catchment, The Serpentine Jarrahdale Food and Farm Alliance (SJFFA), Oyster Harbour Catchment Group Inc, South Coast NRM, Lower South West Growers Group, Galloway Springs and the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development Perth Hills and Swan Valley Project.


This event is now SOLD OUT.

Date:                    Thursday February 2nd 2023

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