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EARTHCHAT: More Australian Landscape Science Approach

Updated: Apr 8

7 April 2023: Missed the show? Listen back here.

We have again on EarthChat Shelby and Adrian who are passionate custodians of 100 acres of land near Buxton. It has a vertical range of 240 metres and much is ex pine planation that has been affected by forest fires.

We will chat about their mission to tranform the land into a "living landscape" using The Australian Landscape Science (TALS) Approach.

TALS Approach means restoring and managing landscapes based on landscapes and ecosystems as a whole (as opposed to individual paddocks), resulting in maximum productivity, fertility and efficiency in an automatic aggrading landscape that can moderate climate.

TALS land management and restoration practices are based on those developed by Peter Andrews OAM (Natural Sequence Farming) and Michal Kravcik as well as Terraquaculture (water farming) practices described by Prof Haikai Tane.

Training in Natural Sequence Farming is provided by Tarwyn Park Training. Their next training event is "Learn Natural Sequence Farming" 18 Apr 8:00am ‧ 21 Apr 21 at Sale Victoria.

For advice and consultancy you can email Adrian at

Photo credit: Mostafa Meraji

Tune in to BEAM's radio program EarthChat each Friday on Seymour FM at 10am.

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