Soil Secrets – The Fundamentals for Building Profit, Productivity & Natural Capital. An Evening with Dr Christine Jones

Event details

  • 10 February 2023
  • 5:30 pm
  • Bornholm Hall

The Torbay Catchment Group is excited to be working with internationally renowned & highly respected ground cover & soils specialist, Dr. Christine Jones. She has a PhD in Soil Biochemistry and a wealth of experience working with innovative landholders to implement regenerative land management practices that enhance biodiversity, increase biological activity, sequester carbon, activate soil nutrient cycles, restore water balance, improve productivity and create new topsoil. 

Join us for an evening with Dr Christine Jones and learn about the truly amazing connections between plants, microbes & the soil.

You will discover how to:

  • Increase the water holding capacity of your soil
  • Achieve flourishing communities of beneficial soil microbes
  • Maintain year-round species rich pastures

Cost is $10 for TCG members and $25 for non-members (become a member today for only $5)

Includes a delicious grazing table.

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In 2001 Christine received a Community Fellowship Award from Land and Water Australia for “mobilising the community to better manage their land, water, and vegetation.” Three years later she launched Amazing Carbon as a means to widely share her vision and inspire change. 

In her long career Christine has published more than 50 scientific papers on soil science, and has organised and participated in workshops, field days, seminars and conferences throughout Australia, and around world.

Here are some links to Christine’s prolific body of work:

Amazing Carbon

Dr Christine Jones – Power of Diversity

Profit, Productivity, and NPK with Dr Christine Jones

This event is supported by the State Government of WA through the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Agriculture Climate Resilience Fund and the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation’s Soil Wise program. Soil Wise is funded by the National Landcare Program Smart Farms Small Grants – an Australian Government initiative. It is supported by Healthy Estuaries WA – a State Government program.

This series of events are a collaboration between DPIRD,  Torbay Catchment Group, Perth NRM|RegenWA, Earthwhile Australia, Lower Blackwood LCDC, Wilson Inlet Catchment, The Serpentine Jarrahdale Food and Farm Alliance (SJFFA), Oyster Harbour Catchment Group Inc, South Coast NRM, Lower South West Growers Group, Galloway Springs and DPIRD’s Perth Hills and Swan Valley Project.