Dan and Amelia Bright from Amber Creek Farm & Sawmill operate a mixed farming business growing free range pigs and a timber milling operation. Join us to hear how they have designed their farming system for resilience in our changing climate

Topics include:

  • Dan Bright on the design of Amber Creek farm including the benefits of using local sources of waste as a resource, and regenerative methods for soil improvement
  • Amelia Bright on how the Prom Coast Food Collective supports local farmers and reduces food miles
  • Renewable energy options for farmers including the latest on rebates, with Chris Barfoot from the Latrobe Valley Community Power Hub .

See these short videos on Amber Creek Farm:

  • Amber Creek intro and use of waste products
  • Pig farming using regenerative soil practices

How to join:

Zoom link to join online will be provided upon registration. For more info call Cassie from South Gippsland landcare Network on 0448 739 559

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