Updates from the field

Updates from the field

The Mulloon Institute and Mulloon Consulting Contracting & Certifying are continuing to work in a variety of topographical situations across Australia as the outcomes of our work are becoming better known, and further afield. Peter Hazell and Bill McAlister returned to work with NQ Dry Tropics NRM in Queensland, while Gary Nairn and Carolyn Hall headed over to Western Australia. [Photo: Garlone Moulin]

Transcript - The Inaugural Tony Coote AM Memorial Lecture

Transcript - The Inaugural Tony Coote AM Memorial Lecture

Delivered by Major General the Honourable Michael Jeffery, Ac, Ao(Mil), Cvo, Mc (Retd) on Monday 5 August 2019.

I am honoured tonight to deliver the inaugural Tony Coote AM Memorial Lecture.  He died last year on 8 August 2018 at the age of 79, and tragically, to be followed shortly after by his beautiful and supportive wife Toni.

Tony was an incredible man, and the world is a poorer place with his passing.  He was well known for his humility, generosity and presence.  Whether driving around his farm, sitting at the end of a boardroom or dinner table, listening and generously sharing his wisdom, Tony was a champion of people and ideas and a proponent of what is possible.  He has left a great legacy with his pioneering work at The Mulloon Institute and his vision for how Australian landscapes, and in particular their catchments, can be regenerated, rehydrated and thus better able to produce nutritious food for future generations.

AgVision 2019

AgVision 2019

AgVision is a leading Agricultural and Agribusiness careers expo held in NSW, that helps Year 9 to 12 students and their teachers learn about a range of possible careers in agriculture, science, technologies and agribusiness. 

This year, Tessa Mettke (Mulloon Creek Natural Farms) and Bill McAllister (Mulloon Consulting Contracting & Certifying) represented Mulloon at the event, talking about their career pathways in the emerging field of Regenerative Agriculture.