Episode 1–  Tonielle Christensen from Organic Motion sits down with our very own Sally Fields. Tonielle is a Permaculture Design Consultant and Educator, focused on improving the wellbeing of people and landscapes.

Episode 2 –  Myron Zalucki ‘ from the University of Queensland (UQ) sits down with our very own John McLaughlin to discuss the Fall Armyworm (FAW). Myron is an Insect Ecologist whose work focuses on the abundance and distribution of insects, including some of Australia’s major pests.

Episode 3 –  Dr Barbara Wueringer,  from Sharks and Rays Australia sits down with our very own James Donaldson. Barbara is the founder and director of Sharks and Rays Australia ,and is an expert on some of the biggest and most interesting fish you will find in North Queensland.

Episode 4Erica Hughes, from Farmer Meets Foodie, sits down with our very own Kathy Rowling. Passionate about supporting farmers in getting good value for their products, Erica created a virtual farmers market! Where Farmers and Foodies set up shop and sell fresh local produce and meals direct.

Episode 5Chelsea Jarvis, from The University of Southern Queensland will sit down with our very own John McLaughlin. Chelsea will provide insights on the drivers of Climate in the Northern Gulf region, and shed some light on the past seasons we’ve had & ones that we might experience in the future!

Episode 6Brian Wehlburgfrom Inside Outside Management will sit down with our agronomist Sally Fields. Brian, a cattleman, and Holistic Land Management consultant will explain why using animal impact as a tool for regeneration are so important. Also giving a preview to what is on offer for the upcoming Holistic Management workshop in Mareeba.

Episode 7 – Kayde Lehman, from Spinifex & Co. sits down with our very own Kathy Rowling. While working and living in a contract mustering camp Kayde developed a classic but practical clothing line. She was happy to tell her story and share tips and ideas on starting a business in a remote area.

Episode 8David Lange, from AusCrimper sits down with our very own agronomist Sally Fields to talk all things Roller Crimping. For a decade, the family has been implementing Regenerative Agricultural practises on their Darling Downs farm. David explains how the crimper is constructed, benefits and Sally announces the upcoming Northern Gulf Cover Crop field day.

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