Peter Andrews talks about his property Tarwyn Park with Viv Benton and the benefits of Natural Sequence Farming.
Using “chip grafting,” this artist and professor created trees that bear 40 different varieties of fruits—blossoming into hues of pink and purple. Witness the growth of these magnificent plants.
“You know, Steve, I really like what you’re doing but I can’t do it.” But when they trial and see the benefits they find a way.
Steve Groff is a farmer and researcher who aims for high nutrients in his crops. Steve grows for Whole Foods in the US and his food is highly ranked on their 300 point scoring system.
Rehabilitation of dysfunctional landscape requires an analysis of the current ecosystem, identifying the cause of the problem, not just describing the symptoms.
Graeme Hand, CEO of Stipa Grasslands Association, was one of the speakers in the recent Stipa Conference. In this clip he shows some data of