MANAGING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE: GRAZING MANAGEMENT & PRODUCTIVE GREENER PASTURES THROUGH RESTORING LANDSCAPE HYDROLOGY
Hosted by Soils for Life case study participant Craig Carter of Tallawang near Willow Tree, NSW. This field day focused on how managing grazing and landscape hydrology can build landscape resilience and productivity.
- PROGRAM: The day included presentations by:
- David Marsh, Soils for Life Board Member and celebrated Boorowa farmer
- Craig Carter, Tallawang owner - property presentation
- Martin Babakhan, Meteorologist (see LinkedIn profile) - 'Planning for Climate Variability'
- Cam Wilson, Water Management Consultant (Earth Integral) - 'Water Retention Strategies'
This event was supported by the Namoi Catchment Management Authority.
Read the event report, the Tallawang case study, "Productive greener pastures through restoring landscape hydrology" and Craig's guest blog post Inherent resilience in biodiverse perennial pastures to learn more about the techniques being applied and diverse results being achieved on this property.
- Craig Carter's presentation