Our Films

Our Films

Our films aim to explore the motivations, strategies and outcomes of farmers who have already ventured into regenerative agriculture in some form. The intent is to inspire farmers to explore new ways of managing their land to improve overall soil health, sequester more carbon, reduce risk and increase profitability.

Every location has its own unique challenges and operational requirements, don’t take what you see in the case studies as a given they will work for you. Simply take the inspiration from the films into your own research and consult with experts in the field before making any changes to your operation.

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Our Films
  • Trial Site Demonstration - Wattle We Eat

    Join Angus Jones from Wattle We Eat as he takes you into his Wattle Seed Farm where you will learn everything from how they went about setting up the Watle Seed trial site, what lessons they learnt, the varieties used and the outcomes.

    This trial site project was funded by AgriFutures Australia....

  • A large scale worm farm walk through.

    We visit Pethick Orchards and the team at VermiGold to learn all about Vermicast bio-fertilisers and how they manage their large scale worm farm to deliver one of the highest quality products out there. You will learn what makes for a high quality Vermicast bio fertiliser, how they go about makin...

  • Cover crops, biofertilizers and animals to improve soil health

    Down Under Covers and Sims Farms are leading the way when it comes to innovating around methods to improve soil health, while delivering profitable, diverse enterprises. Join us as Grant Sims takes us on farm, delivering insights into cover crops, harvesting, bio-fermented fertilisers and crop st...

  • Building soil in vineyard via regen ag and the 'Grazing Naturally Method'

    Murdoch Hill wines don’t use synthetic inputs to control weeds, pests or disease on farm. Mechanical under vine weeding, organic sprays, cover crops, and livestock integration are instead utilised to regenerate soil. The team are constantly adapting, experimenting and improving the farming manage...

  • A softer way of managing the landscape and ourselves

    There is a lot we can learn from Ben Ryan, a sheep and cattle farmer based in Deep Creek, South Australia. Following a simultaneous decline in the land he was farming, and his mental health, Ben took the farm on a journey with him adapting to using the ‘Grazing Naturally System’ and the principle...

  • Building soil in vineyard via regen ag and the 'Grazing Naturally Method'

    Wellington Lodge are farming, sequestering carbon, improving soil structure, increasing profitability and having fun along the way. Operating Angus cattle on 19,000 acres the team have been implementing the ‘Grazing Naturally’ system and the principles of Regenerative Agriculture since 2013. The ...

  • How to register a successful carbon credit project

    Want to know more about the process behind a successful carbon credit project?

    In this case study we not only explore the Regenerative Agriculture strategies employed at Sturt Vale Station, however also dive into the carbon credit project application process, what project types are available to ...