Panel: How RegenAg Enriches the Food Lifecycle

We hosted an exciting live panel discussion, How RegenAg Enriches the Food Lifecycle, in partnership with soil carbon management company AgriProve, on how regenerative agriculture is influencing the way they design their interactions with the world.

Pictured from left to right: Toby Grogan (moderator, Impact Ag), Kieren Whittock (panelist, AgriProve), Stephanie Trethewey (panelist, Tas Ag Co.), and Bart Davidson (panelist, MaiaGrazing)

Watch the Replay

Synopsis:

Every farmer worth their #RegenAg salt will tell you that healthy soil is the root of success. With healthy soil, comes great multi-species grass and ground cover. This is turn nourishes livestock, that then becomes nutritious produce for consumers. To continuously maintain healthy soil and work towards year-round grazing, farmers need to go deeper to understand what their land is telling them. With this, they can then confidently plan towards their goals.

Moderator

Toby Grogan, Impact Ag, Natural Capital Specialist

Panelists

  • Stephanie TretheweyTas Ag Co., Director of Brand & Marketing
  • Kieren WhittockAgriProve, Operations Manager
  • Bart DavidsonMaiaGrazing, Chief Grazing Officer

“If you’ve never heard about the amazing potential of regenerative agriculture and land use practices to naturally sequester a critical mass of CO2 in the soil and forests, you’re not alone. One of the best-kept secrets in the world today is that the solution to global warming and the climate crisis (as well as poverty and deteriorating public health) lies right under our feet, and at the end of our knives and forks.”
Regeneration International

 
Dick Richardson Soil Carbon Masterclass
 

Recent Articles

Webinar: Outlining the Soil Carbon Opportunity

18th January 2022

Setting your sights on selling carbon credits? Then work on building the foundation for increasing soil carbon concentration. Think... Read More

Just in time for Christmas: A new release

23rd December 2021

We're concluding the year with a piece of good news delivered by our Product & Engineering Manager, James Carmody.... Read More

MaiaGrazing Wilmot Field Day 2022

21st December 2021

Pre-Sale: 100 x MWFD22 tickets We're pleased to open up our first limited allotment of 100 pre-sale tickets to MaiaGrazing... Read More

'Ask Me Anything' on Pasture Recovery with Jim Gerrish

24th November 2021

Got a question on pasture recovery? Let international grazing expert Jim Gerrish answer it on 'Ask Me Anything' (AMA). We're... Read More

MaiaGrazing Book Club: Why You Should Give a F**k About Farming

03rd November 2021

Watch author of 'Why You Should Give a F**k About Farming', Gabrielle Chan on our next Book Club In our... Read More

MaiaGrazing Wilmot Field Day 2021 #MWFD21

01st November 2021

Have you been looking forward to learning, sharing and learning from like-minded regenerative farmers? https://vimeo.com/613522673/eb89b6fff9 Watch Session 1 of the MaiaGrazing Wilmot... Read More

Product: A commitment to our customers

27th October 2021

Recently, we welcomed James Carmody, a software specialist, into our team. James leads the Product segment of our business... Read More

Introductory Clinic: First Steps to Resilient Grazing

15th October 2021

Here's your chance to be introduced to the winning formula of Australia's most prolific graziers. This 4 session clinic provides... Read More

Farming resilience for a CN30 future

06th October 2021

CN30 is a key target for the Australian livestock industry. What is the role of graziers in achieving this?... Read More

Webinar: Soil Carbon Project 101

20th September 2021

Are you interested in soil carbon projects, but don't know where to start? Then join us for a Soil... Read More