Talkin Soil Health Conference – Applying Virtual Fencing Technology with Rick Llewellyn
16 June 2022
Methods of land management on farms with livestock is changing and part of this change requires more flexibility with how we look at fencing in livestock. Dr Rick Llewellyn, a Senior Principal Research Scientist (agricultural systems) and Research Group Leader for CSIRO will be speaking about his current work on applying virtual fencing technology, at the upcoming Talkin’ Soil Health event in August at York.
Talkin’ Soil Health Conference Tickets – Get Your Tickets!
2 June 2022
Tickets are now available for our Talkin’ Soil Health Conference on 11 August in York. A line up of experts from all over Australia will be in attendance, talking about building resilience from the subsoil up. At the conference, you’ll also hear from local Wheatbelt farmers working with Wheatbelt NRM to maximise ground cover.
Talkin’ Soil Health Is On – Save The Date
4 May 2022
After having to postpone this year’s Talkin’ Soil Health conference, which was scheduled for 17-18 March, we are pleased to announce given the current COVID-19 situation and easing of government restrictions, we will be holding this much-anticipated event on Thursday, 11 August 2022.
Tickets will be on sale later in June, so save the date! The event will be held in York with the theme “Building Resilience From The Subsoil Up”.
Stay in touch and hear about these events first by joining the Talkin’ Soil Health online community.
REstore. REshape. REnew: This year’s must-see event for soil, business and farmer health
21 February 2022
31 March 2022 - 8.30am to 4.30pm
York Racecourse, Spencers Brook-York Road, York WA
Tickets cost $100 per session or $150 for the full day (includes all meals).
Wheatbelt NRM is proud to present a day of exciting workshops about harnessing natural capital for sustainable farming futures.
REfreshed Perspectives: a practical approach to managing change in agricultural systems with Terry McCosker OAM.
This session is for anyone wanting to get off the treadmill of high fertilizer and chemical costs. Featuring a panel of six local farmers, the session will explore soil health principles. You will hear stories of success and learning from some of WA’s most innovative broadacre farmers.
REhydrate The Landscape with The Mulloon Institute
Muresk Institute will provide the backdrop for farmers to learn the tools and techniques to build landscape rehydration capacity on their own properties. If you’ve ever wanted to better read landscapes and identify water flows, this workshop is for you.
Important Announcement: Talkin’ Soil Health Postponed
9 February 2022
We have made the very difficult decision to postpone the much anticipated Talkin’ Soil Health conference, scheduled for 17 and 18 March 2022.
The changes to Western Australia travel restrictions and the challenges posed by the Omicron development prompted us to review the viability of this year’s event.
In making this decision, we explored a range of options including the possibility of a fully online event. However, the beauty of Talkin’ Soil Health is its ability to be more than a conference. It’s an opportunity for soil health enthusiasts to network, socialise and share knowledge.
Talkin’ Soil Health Returns in 2022
24 November 2021
It’s back! Talkin’ Soil Health, one of Australia’s premier soil health conferences is returning to historic York in March 2022. It is one the largest and most reputable conferences on the subject and brings together farmers, research and industry professionals.
Supported by the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR), the 2022 event will work with the theme, “Building Resilience From The Subsoil Up”. It forms the basis for two days of exciting presentations, field visits and workshops.