Funding important research into landscape rehydration in Australia

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Mulloon Creek Natural Farms is the ‘living laboratory’ of The Mulloon Institute – an innovative environmental charity working to rehydrate the Australian landscape using regenerative agriculture. 

The Institute’s major project is the Mulloon Community Landscape Rehydration Project, restoring an entire water catchment in southern New South Wales to boost the landscape’s resilience to climatic extremes like drought. 

The project focuses on creek repair and erosion control and spans 23,000ha, 50kms of creeks and tributaries, and more than 20 local landholders. The Institute has been recognised for its work by the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network and is a NSW Landcare Champion. 

When our Founder Tony Coote passed away in August 2018, he bequeathed ownership of Mulloon Creek Natural Farms to The Mulloon Institute to enable ongoing research into landscape restoration. 

Mulloon Creek Natural Farms will continue operating as a highly productive farm with all profits helping fund the Institute’s regeneration work. 

The farms will also continue actively demonstrating, monitoring and sharing innovative approaches to regenerative land management for the benefit of the environment, farming and society.