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Everything comes back to soil health - Kim Deans

  • 20 Jul 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Zoom

Healthy soil means healthy plants which in turn means healthy animals – so it's no surprise that rebuilding good soil is a key part of Regenerative Agriculture, and of course Permaculture!

Join us for a Zoom conversation with Regenerative Agriculture expert, Kim Deans, and learn more about how everything comes back to soil health!

Kim is a coach, facilitator and educator based near Inverell in northern NSW. Kim works with Integrity Soils and services their clients in Australia providing regenerative agriculture coaching and educational workshops for farmers interested in transitioning to more regenerative practices.

Kim’s work is inspired by nature, systems thinking, permaculture, holistic management and biodynamic farming & gardening. Kim is passionate about nourishing food grown in healthy, living soils and about empowering farmers to transform their lives, relationships and landscapes to create an enjoyable and profitable businesses from a foundation of soil health.

Instructions for joining via Zoom:

The link to join is:

Meeting ID: 982 3360 5004

Computers: Simply click the link above or paste it in your browser, and press OK for any prompts which show up.

Smartphone/tablet: You need to install the Zoom app, and may be asked for the meeting ID which is 982 3360 5004.

Phone: If you are without internet, or if the above methods fail, you can still listen to the presentation by calling 02 8015 6011 and then dialing the meeting ID 982 3360 5004 followed by the # key.

If you wish to confirm that your computer or smartphone/tablet is Zoom-ready, go to the following website (test call) and press join:

Please try to join the meeting a little before 7pm to give yourself time to iron out any problems.

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