Watch the presentation by MaiaGrazing customer and western Queensland grazier, Jody Brown of LaTrobe Station to learn more about her grassroots initiative, Regenerative Rangelands and its upcoming 2-day event.
As the excitement builds for Regenerative Rangelands 2023 (RR23), a producer-led event focused on producers in the semi-arid to arid rangelands, we are pleased to bring you an exclusive special with its founder, grazier Jody Brown. Watch the webinar replay as we delve into the journey of a passionate grazier and what led her to create the grassroots initiative, Regenerative Rangelands.
Register below to watch the replay
Meet Jody Brown – A Grazier with a Vision
We had the honour of speaking with Jody Brown, a grazier from the natural grasslands of western Queensland. Jody is the driving force behind Regenerative Rangelands. Jody’s passion for building resilience for the land and local communities has been an inspiration to many in the industry. She has tirelessly advocated for sustainable practices and education to improve soils and pastures.
Uncover the Secrets of Regenerative Rangelands
During the live Q&A webinar, Jody shared her inspiration behind Regenerative Rangelands, along with the unique challenges and triumphs that she’s observed among her local grazing community. So, learn about her personal journey to resilience; from her initiatives into landscape rehydration and evolving grazing management that grounds her to her community.
MaiaGrazing is a proud sponsor of Regenerative Rangelands 2023
Lastly, we are proud to support our MaiaGrazing customer, Jody, on her journey to regenerate the rangelands. At the 2-day event, Natalia Brownlie, MaiaGrazing’s customer success officer and a seasoned grazier, will be there to lead a practical workshop and demonstrate the MaiaGrazing mobile app. Sean Hoobin, Carbon Services Director at our sister offering, Atlas Carbon will share insights on how to tap into carbon sequestration to drive profitable and sustainable grazing practices.