Meet Our Mentors: Holistic Management educator Brian Wehlburg

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“Farmers need to have a clear vision of the future to enable them to make decisions towards that future.”

We are proud to introduce you to some of the amazing mentors working with farmers through the Regenerative Agriculture Mentoring Program.

They are helping to increase awareness of regenerative agriculture and the principles and practices that are available to better manage landscapes.

Meet Brian Wehlburg…

1. Tell us a bit about your background:

I completed an introductory Holistic Management course in 1995, which inspired me to implement new understanding and knowledge.

As a director of Inside Outside Management, I have worked throughout Australia and New Zealand providing Holistic Management training and consultation to a wide variety of people, businesses and environmental groups.

I enjoy sharing my passion for environmental improvement and grazing management, and I am motivated by seeing positive changes to people’s lives and livelihoods.

I am a certified Educator with Holistic Management International, a certified Field Professional with the Savory Institute, and a board member of Holistic Management International and Land to Market Australia.

I am also a proud member of HMENZA, Holistic Management Educators of Australia and New Zealand.

2. Why did you become a RAMP mentor?

To help land managers become regenerators, supporting each other on the journey.

3. What support do you think farmers need into the future?

Encouragement to probe, to share stories and information and to have a clear vision of the future to enable them to make decisions towards that future.

4. What’s the best advice you’ve been given?

Success lies in monitoring.

5. What are your top three tips for regenerative farmers?

Vision, monitor, probe.

Read our RAMP case studies to see the real changes being implemented on-farm:

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