Drought Resilience ‘Karalee’, Enngonia NSW.

Martha Lindstad and partner Robert James are farm managers on ‘Karalee’, Enngonia NSW. Both have travelled different paths to being where they are. Martha is originally from Norway, growing up on a three hectare farm before travelling to New Zealand and eventually the Pilbara in Western Australia. It was here that she saw the benefits of sustainable farming for the country and livestock.

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The Prince’s from Geandale Station, Cobar NSW

The Prince’s RCS mentor, Raymond Stacey, sees a strong future ahead for Simon and Laura.

“The Drought Resilient Soils and Landscapes project is about supporting graziers to manage their country and businesses better,” Raymond said.

“I see an operation here where they’re working hard on their planning and putting their plans into action to leave their country, business and people in better shape.”

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The Tessman and Eliott Family

Taswells Creek was a blank canvas when Fiona Tessmann and Roger Eliott arrived in August 2017. From the beginning, Fiona and Roger envisioned replenishing the land using regenerative agriculture.

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The Clarke Family

Since introducing rotational grazing to his 172-hectare home property Tangora, Gordon Clarke has seen carrying capacity lift, curbed a persistent onslaught of coastal weeds, and watched the creeks leaving his boundary run clean throughout wet seasons.

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The Green Family

Armed with plenty of ambition, bold ideas, RCS principles and skills, Keegan and Zilla Green have been tackling weeds, improving production and navigating their farm management with confidence and strategic direction.

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The Rankine Family

The Rankines have implemented management techniques such as rotational grazing, single-wire electric fencing and a reticulated water system to reduce grazing pressure at water points and give paddocks long rest periods.

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The Pownall Family

Leichhardt is a Central Queensland beef cattle business owned by Brian, Judy and John Pownall. Since 1995, they have made many improvements in their land and business and now stand as proof that regenerative agriculture and profitability can coexist. 

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The McArthur Family

Rob and Ainsley McArthur firmly believe that ecological sustainability is the underpinning factor for success in agriculture. It’s a claim they can back up with evidence, having transformed their farm, Mystery Park, since they took ownership of it in 2003.

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The Lawrie Family

When Andrew and Meagan started managing Moora Plains, they had several challenges ahead of them. This included working through family succession and needing to extract more income from a tired landscape.

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