NutriSoil – Special Event

Next Generation Agriculture #poweredbyworms

Keynote Speakers: 

Di and Ian Haggerty own, lease and share farm 23,305 hectares in the Western Australian Central Wheatbelt, operating merino wool and cropping enterprises, they are trailblazers of natural intelligence farming. In his book ‘Call of the Reed Warbler’, Charles Massy quotes the Haggertys as being the ‘most radical and open-minded thinkers in the world of agriculture. They are not just healing but also transforming the earth because they are working with and not against Mother Nature’

Di and Ian are heading east to share their agricultural journey, which has seen their management practices transform landscapes and increase biodiversity to improve soil health, carbon, and water infiltration. As a result the Haggerty’s farm with very little inputs, their Merino wool is sought by European catwalks, they haven’t used a drench or mulesed in 21 years and their stock graze on a combination of palatable naturally occurring native grass cover crops.

Native cover crops in the off-season of cropping are key to retaining soil moisture and maintaining healthy functioning soil microbes.

Jane Slattery is the co-founder of Natural Intelligence Farming with Di and Ian Haggerty. Jane is a guide and mentor who works mainly in the agricultural industry and helps people open the door to their unconditional self, empowering them to be intuitive care takers of the earth.

Emma McDonald is a local health coach whose mission is to guide people to see their brilliance through addressing nutrition imbalances and educating people on the importance of nourishing the body with clean and healthy food. Emma has over ten years’ experience in nutrition, emotional and spiritual healing.

Thursday 9th Feb 2023

9:30am – 4:00pm

Rockhampton Leagues Club QLD

$120.00 includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.

Bookings through Humanitix

or by contacting NutriSoil: or 02 602 09676


Event Times

09:30 am - 04:00 pm Thursday 9th February, 2023

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