RegenWA is a network of committed West Australian farmers and industry stakeholders who are identifying, implementing and sharing innovative and sustainable land management practices that other farmers can learn from and adopt.

On Saturday August 20th, RegenWA are hosting a ‘Biological Farming Systems Field Day’ at Richard Davy’s property (Windi Windi Pastoral in Mettler) to demonstrate how he has increased his production capacity and restored biodiversity through his biological approach to farming. The day will bring together interested farming stakeholders for peer-to-peer discussion as well as a farm tour.

Dr Charles Massey, esteemed scientist, farmer and author of “Call of the Reed Warbler” will feature among the presentations. Charles Massy is a forthright advocate for healing biological systems and has more then 35 years of farming experience. His appreciation of long co-evolved landscapes and the role of farmers in these complex systems makes clear the importance of connection to land.

To find out more and to book a place on this field day visit RegenWA

On the evening of August 20th, Museum of the Great Southern is joining RegenWA in hosting a ‘Regenerative Agriculture Forum’. This forum will again feature a presentation from Dr Charles Massy, followed by a panel discussion with guest speakers including Hon Alannah MacTiernan MLC, Murray Gomm (Oranje Tractor Wine) and Richard Davy (Windi Windi Pastoral). The evening forum will be a great opportunity to continue the learnings from the Biological Farming Systems Field Day and to spark further ideas!

To find out more and to book a place on this forum visit RegenWA 

These exciting events are supported by WA Museum Boola Bardip in collaboration with The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Perth NRM, Regen WA, NACC, Department of Water, Environment and Recreation (DWER) through it’s Soil Wise program, and Wide Open Agriculture.