In conjunction with The Cuskelly College Of Music and What Would Love Do Now – the 2019 Winter School Music Program is coming to Tenterfield, with the aim of bringing music, song, song writing and instruments to 500 rural kids impacted by the drought. Programs available soon.
The Great Drought Handbook The Great Drought Handbook is an unprecedented opportunity to get your knowledge DIRECTLY in front of every Farmer in Australia. A strategy that has never been utilised before now. We believe that the combination of the drought, farmers desperation to get out of the drought, the charitable and government support coupled … Continue reading PROJECT: THE GREAT DROUGHT HANDBOOK
National Regenerative Ag day –on the14th February – is a celebration to raise awareness about Regenerative Agriculture and the benefits to helping heal the land and our communities. This day is about celebrating our gardeners, our foodies, our students, our #heartfarmer in ways that we can change the world, one farm at a time. It’s … Continue reading PROJECT: HEART YOUR FARMER NATIONAL AWARENESS DAY 14TH FEB 2019
Can we feed every animal. No. Can we feed even a few animals in any sustainable manner with money. No. Feeding cattle is costing farmers substantial amounts – some as high as $50,000 to $100,000 a month. And so the choice is between getting rid of their animals, their generation long breeding stock and the entire … Continue reading PROJECT : AUSTRALIAN FODDER SHEDS
Can we bring relief to every community impacted by the drought. No we can not. But we can help setup community op-shops in rural towns. Providing a longterm community solution that generates its own local ongoing funds, a social outlet and revitalises main streets. Can we bring in the artists to bring back the colour to … Continue reading PROJECT : OPSHOPS CHANGE TOWNS
Carbon is the key. Carbon in the soil holds water for later use. The higher the soil carbon content, the bigger the bucket. In fact when we double the carbon content the water holding goes up by four times. So when it finally does rain we will hold more water in our soil for later … Continue reading PROJECT : CARBON IN SOIL
Can Community gardens create economic stability, community resilience and cohesion? Yes. They can. Community gardens offer amazing benefits to rural communities in so many ways. Families have a wonderful place to engage and connect. It increases community education on links between sustainability and buying local. It addresses the environmental impacts of food supply chains locally. … Continue reading PROJECT : COMMUNITY GARDENS