Monthly Archives: April 2015

Joel Salatin – FNQ Tour Wrap Up


Ok, so one of the post’s that is long, long overdue for sharing, is my wrap up of my experience of the Joel Salatin Far North QLD tour which was held in late February.  Joel is actually back in Australia this week to take part in a workshop around developing a fair and regenerative food system for Australia – you can find all the details for the event being run in Melbourne here.

As you know from my initial post about Joel Salatin – prior to his tour, I didn’t know much about him other than he had been touted around the media as ‘the world’s greatest farmer’.

Well, I sure know a whole lot more now after attending all three events that RegenAG organised for the Far North Queensland Agricultural/Food Community! Continue reading

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Sunday Snapshot


Hello Everybody!  Yes – we’re still here – just coming up out of the blur that is the end of the mango and avocado season here at Blue Sky – wahoooooo!  This week’s photo was taken on our walk about the farm this afternoon setting up all of our sprinklers back on the lawn again, ready to try to keep our grass green – we sure didn’t get much of a wet season this year!

It has been a month since my last blog post – aaaargh!   Continue reading

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