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Gippsland Climate Change, Regenerative Agriculture and Community Resilience Forum
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Many Australian farmers were negatively impacted by the Black Saturday fires changing farms, businesses and lives. The fires sparked community action and demonstrated a need for farmers to come together and collaborate as a mechanism to facilitate resilience. Lorraine Gordon has experienced extensive challenges over the last few years including the health and wellbeing of her family, a personal relationship breakdown, the impact of drought on her beef cattle farm, being at the centre of two fires, floods and Covid-19 ramifications closing her accommodation business at Yarandoo. Through these hardships, Lorraine has learnt the power of resilience through adopting regenerative agriculture principles and practices. Lorraine is a well-known figure in the agricultural industry and knows the support that working together can offer.
If you want to know more about resilience in farming, regenerative principles and practices as a way of approaching resilience in people, landscapes and the planet, then this webinar is a must watch!
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