In 1993, Colin Seis and his neighbour, Daryl Cluff, developed a system of sowing crops into living perennial pastures and growing them symbiotically. Since then, annual costs have decreased by over $120,000 and the condition of the land is improving, not degrading.
By applying regenerative forms of cropping and grazing on his property near Gulgong, Colin has achieved a 203% increase in soil carbon in just 10 years.
Hosted by Luskintyre Landcare, Colin will be providing his insights and expertise across a number of properties in the Luskintyre area. His knowledge of soil improvement through grazing and pasture management is recognised worldwide.
The day will commence at Eden Park, Luskintyre Road, Luskintyre for a brief presentation prior to visiting surrounding properties. Refreshments provided, please bring a hat, sunscreen, water bottle and chair.
Please be mindful of Covid-19 and do not attend if ill; experiencing or recently experienced flu symptoms or visited any known Covid-19 hotspot in the previous 14 days.