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Skills to manage plants and animals have been part of “the conversation” for a long time. These same skills fuelled human evolution. For one to say ” leave those eggs to grow into birds” is one example of the process that started perhaps 2-6 million years ago? It is this ability “to manage” that has determined where people live.

Pollution and land degradation is a failure to manage where we live. However, if what we produce, consume, and use is made only from plants and animals, it is, with management, logically possible, to increase consumption, without pollution and land degradation, whilst restoring the natural environment.

Useful land design is first achieved by understanding how the land will be managed. Without management – design will often be counter-productive and pointless.       


PHOTO 1: Gardens of Lucerne with Chickens under development. Portable fencing provides for ease of movement to any section of garden. While one part is growing another is being worked. GO TO LINK ABOVE for “Food Crop Gardens” to find out more about these gardens under construction.


PHOTO 1a: Bottle Trees and Kurrajong have a bulbous tap root. To get the best result with anything that grows it is sometimes the little things you cant see that matter most. Tap root development is crucial when transplanting seedlings. A deep porous tree hole plug provides ease of tap root access to subsoil moisture and nutrient. GO TO our RESEARCH SECTION then LOOK at BEST TREE PLANTING METHOD for MORE INSIGHT

 Knowledge itself is power. Coincidentally the more you know the less you know. Science is merely the knowledge of all things constant. So if you are concerned/opposed to “factory farming” of animals + “global warming” as an example, everything you need to know is already there in the grasslands and forests of the world. Simple solutions are many once you start looking.     


PHOTO 2: Old Cathedral Forest of Chinchilla White Gums on Sand Country – Cathedral Forests are configured and managed to be  capable of surviving forest floor fires. Trees are configured and managed to eliminate canopy fires. There are several key species that are hardy and tall enough for 450 mm to 700 mm rainfall zones of Inland Australia. Grazing management ultimately determines the forests ability to withstand fire. Date of Photo July 2023  


PHOTO 2a: The highest food yield from a grazing mammal is milk. Co-incidentally it was milk from mammals that propelled the populations of Neolithic Farmers to 8 billion people today. So it may be worth your while to understand the potential of cattle for future people to survive and prosper. SEE STORY in LINK ABOVE.   


PHOTO 3: Make safe havens for wildlife. GO TO RESEARCH SECTION Waterholes for Livestock and Native Animals

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