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Regenerative Landscape

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Demo Day - Managing for a changing climate

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Regenerative farmer and Soils for Life Board member David Marsh opened the day with the background to the Soils for Life Program, highlighting the urgent need to encourage change in how landscapes are managed.
That need includes the inter-related challenges of dealing with a changing climate; the continued degradation of our landscape, particularly the health of our soils and biodiversity loss; reduced access to inputs such as fossil fuel, pesticides and fertilisers; and competition for land use. David highlighted that there are some great examples of the solutions to these challenges and thanked Craig and Nicky for sharing theirs with us.


Events | Soils for Life

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- David Marsh, Soils for Life Board Member and celebrated Boorowa farmer
- David Marsh, Boorowa farmer and Soils for Life Board Member


Who are We? | Soils for Life

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David Marsh
David Marsh is a family farmer from Boorowa NSW and has managed his home property, Allendale, since 1971. Allendale was formerly a cropping and livestock operation but now runs livestock only. David holds a Masters of Sustainable Agriculture (Sydney University, Orange 2001). He brings his long experience as a grazier and conservationist and his 15 years as an holistic management practitioner to the Soils for Life Board. David is a former winner of Central West Conservation Farmer of the Year, a former member NSW Native Vegetation Advisory Council, a former Founding Chair Boorowa Community Landcare group. He has recently retired after an eight year term as Board Member of Lachlan CMA. He is currently a Committee member Carbon Farmers of Australia. In recent years David has addressed farmer groups in NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania and Western Australia, hosted many bus tours of the farm and been asked to speak at regional conferences on healthy soils, people in the landscape, exploring issues on soil carbon, biodiversity, salinity and managing for improved landscape function. David writes a regular blog in support of regenerative landscape management as a coordinating member of the Alliance for Regenerative Landscapes & Social Health (ARLASH). Read David's blog.


Soil Health Webinars | Soils for Life

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David Marsh
Webinar speakers: Michael Jeffery, Mike Grundy, David Marsh, Colin Seis, Shane Joyce, Tim Wright and Bill and Rhonda Daly. David Marsh, grazier from near Boorowa in NSW, former board member of the Lachlan CMA, Landcare member. DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION (3MB)


Carbon Farmers Of Australia Blog

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But David Marsh (left) from Boorowa NSW averaged an increase of more than 3 tonnes of carbon per hectare per year over 10 years.
David sits on the Board of his local Catchment Management Authority and Craig is a member of the Liverpool Plains Land Management and Sydney University Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources 'CANEn' project - Connecting Agriculture, Nutrition and Environment.


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