Research has shown farm businesses using Regenerative agriculture practices restore landscape function, increase nutrient and water cycling and sequester carbon in the soil. These practices increase biodiversity, productivity and are profitable and low risk while being personally sustainable for farmers and their communities and a significant ameliorant to climate change

The project showcases local farmers adopting best practice sustainable and regenerative agriculture-in broadacre cropping and livestock production.  Below is interviews with 5 farmers in the region, what they do and how they do it.

Showcasing the Crossover between Regenerative and Traditional Farming Practice to Encourage Awareness and Adoption in the Great Southern Region of WA