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Regenerative Agriculture: Professional Learning for Educators​

The Regenerative Agriculture Professional Learning for Educators workshops are designed to inform science, agriculture, geography and general classroom teachers and teacher educators of the most current and relevant issues and science surrounding six key areas of Regenerative Agriculture. The workshops explain the thinking that has moved beyond sustainable agriculture into a new and exciting space for the future of agriculture in Australia.

Regenerative Agriculture Professional Learning
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Module 1: Regenerative Agriculture: Principles and Practices


Module 2:
Resilience of a System


Module 3:
Ecosystem Services – Biodiversity


Module 4:
Landscape Function and Soil Health


Module 5:
Holistic Decision Making


Module 6:
Carbon Farming, Sequestration and Markets

Brought to you by the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance at Southern Cross University, these Professional Learning workshops are held both face-to-face and online. You will receive a 70+ page digital resource booklet including information on each of the modules and activities to support your learning, and that you may choose to use with your students.


These workshops will be presented by leading practicing educators in the Regenerative Agriculture field, Lorraine Gordon and Brian Wehlburg.

Professional Certificate as a pathway

As part of this Professional Learning opportunity, you will have the option to register for a Professional Certificate. This is a post-graduate pathway where you can complete associated assessment tasks and have your professional learning recognised as a unit of study towards a Graduate Certificate in Education or a Masters of Education at Southern Cross University.

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Simone Blom
Project Manager
Southern Cross University

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