Healthy Soils Healthy Plants Healthy Profit
Re–Gen Farming is here to help you transition to low input and healthy profit farming.
Re-Gen Farming can:
- Product advice and knowledge
- Support in transitioning to a healthy soil system
- Networking contacts
Re-Gen Farming aims to:
- Regenerating farming soils
- Regenerate farming families
- Regenerate community health
Benefits of a Regenerative farming system:
- Increasing the moisture profile of your soil
- Increasing plant nutrient availability
- Increasing biology in the soil, let biology do the hard work for you!
- Reducing synthetic inputs
- Increasing gross margins (profits!)
Meet the Team
Re-Gen Farming director and founder Luke Harrington
Re-gen Farming director and owner Luke Harrington has always been interested in biology and soil health, along with healthy food production. This passion has led Luke to invest in his own education to develop a diverse knowledge of the tools needed to increase the biological health of soil.
Having completed many different online, on-farm and face to face events, field days, webinars and courses Luke has developed a far reaching network of like-minded experts in soil function and health.
His passion for long term sustainable agriculture has seen Luke branch away from the traditional agricultural service industry to providing a consulting service for those looking to farm differently, or more in tune with nature.
From sourcing seeds, along with biological fertilisers and stimulants, Luke can support farmers with long term planning and grazing management options. Luke can help unlock the tools in the toolbox to reinvigorate the biology in your soil to improve soil health, plant health, farm health and profit health.
Based in Deniliquin in Southern NSW, Luke spends time on the road and via Zoom supporting farms to transition to long term sustainable farming practices.
Re-Gen Farming welcomes Zoe Crouch to the team!
Zoe joined Re-Gen Farming in January 2022. Haling from Landsborough West, on the edge of the Wimmera and the Pyrenees Ranges in Western Victoria, Zoe manages a property with her husband.
Growing up on a farm in Western Victoria, Zoe has had vast experience in the sheep industry and has spent time in QLD.
She completed the RCS Grazing for-profit course, the Nicole Masters Integrity soils 10-week course and has an Ecotherapy Certificate (short course). Zoe is currently studying for a degree in Science through Southern Cross University and is majoring in Regenerative Agriculture, making her a great fit in our role of supporting farmers in their transition to regenerative farming.
Zoe believes “Agriculture is life!! Without farmers, we don’t eat.” She is passionate about supporting the farmers out there looking for alternative farming methods. She also understands there are a lot of people wanting to source nutritious, wholesome, ethically and locally grown foods.
Zoe is looking forward to supporting farmers transition to a farming system which runs parallel to the regeneration of the landscape, ecology, people, communities and culture.