Regenerating and Rehydrating the Australian Bush

Gary Nairn AO addresses members

Gary Nairn AO addresses members

Chairman of The Mulloon Institute Gary Nairn AO was invited to speak at the Union, University & Schools Club of Sydney during August, on the topic of ‘Regenerating and Rehydrating the Australian Bush’, using regenerative agriculture and natural sequence farming.

Gary introduced natural sequence farming and regenerative agriculture, along with the wonders of leaky weirs, the joys of weeds and willows, the Tony Coote/Peter Andrews legacy, the academic underpinnings of natural sequence farming and The Mulloon Institute’s mission to change the way we farm Australia.

Natural sequence farming is producing remarkable results on Australian farms by significantly increasing the productivity of properties, drought-proofing land, rehydrating parched paddocks and increasing biodiversity in the Australian bush.

Thank-you to Matt Egerton-Warburton for organising and convening this event.

L-R:  Matt Egerton-Warburton  (King & Wood Mallesons),  Gary Nairn  (The Mulloon Institute),  Howard Tanner  (founder of Tanner Kibble Denton (TKD) Architects).

L-R: Matt Egerton-Warburton (King & Wood Mallesons), Gary Nairn (The Mulloon Institute), Howard Tanner (founder of Tanner Kibble Denton (TKD) Architects).