Internationally renowned soils ecologist, Dr Christine Jones, gave a guest lecture presentation to our Regenerative Agriculture Mentoring Program (RAMP) participants. She has a wealth of
The Farming Together team
The Farming Together team is a tight knit and far-reaching powerhouse of regenerative agriculture and communication knowledge. We work closely with the Southern Queensland Northern New South Wales Innovation Hub, the Lismore Node manager and extension officers, Northern Rivers Net Zero, and Southern Cross University researchers.
The team excels in delivering innovative solutions to address the challenges of climate change. Amanda Scott brings her knowledge in visualising networks and strategic connections to help individuals and organisations achieve their goals.
Mathew Alexanderson’s expertise lies in regenerative agriculture and understanding farmer decision-making, while Simone Blom is a proficient workshop facilitator with a focus on environmental education practices.
The team also comprises communications expert Rebecca Lollback as the SQNNSW Innovation Hub Lismore Region Manager, who excels in sharing impactful stories and generating new ideas. Other team members include experts in horticulture, project management, water management, permaculture, and ecological sciences. Together, they form a multidisciplinary team capable of delivering comprehensive solutions for sustainable agriculture, climate resilience, and community engagement.
Meet our team
A qualified horticulturist, Nathan has 20+ years of operations management, project management, business development and leadership experience.
During his ten years in northern NSW, Nathan has fostered effective partnerships to create successful programs for key agricultural sectors. He is passionate about supporting the growth of the Northern Rivers, ensuring there are opportunities that meet the demands of our future generation.
She spent 18 years as a journalist with regional newspapers before venturing into public relations and communications.
Rebecca also works across all our programs and projects to share stories with communities, farmers, industry organisations, media and key stakeholders. She is passionate about building strong networks and creating content that has a lasting impact.
Farmers have gained valuable skills and expert advice thanks to our two Regenerative Agriculture Mentoring Programs. In July, the NSW Environmental Trust funded 12-month RAMP
A three-day workshop will help graziers maintain animal performance and ensure they have enough pasture, while also improving their farm’s profitability and biodiversity. Organised by
Soil carbon sequestration has the potential to be a game-changer for agricultural productivity and the resilience of landscapes, regions and farming communities. The Soil Carbon