Mike McCosker is a fourth generation farmer and is passionate about regenerative agriculture and community renewal.
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Mike McCosker is a fourth generation farmer and his volunteer work as chairman of the catchment management co-ordinating committee for the Murray Darling Basin. He has extensive experience in carbon farming and teaching farmers about soil health and regenerative agriculture. He has worked for the UN in the pacific island as well as being on numerous committees. He was one of the founding member of the first Landcare group in Australia established in 1982.
“As a farmer, I have a deep connection to the land and my journey of working in communities locally and internationally has given me insights that the key to drought preparedness is based on the health of the landscape through increased soil carbon, biodiversity and ground cover.”