Coaching, training and community for soil lovers all over the world.
How to Make Biodynamic CompostAUD $47.00 Add to cart
Hamish Mackay & John Priestley – Sun, Moon & Planets Influencing Plants & AnimalsAUD $47.00 Add to cart
SUPER DUPA SPECIAL – Pack of 4 EventsAUD $397.00 Add to cart
The Complete Worm Composting KitAUD $397.00 Add to cart
David Davidson – Composting With Worms Made EasyAUD $47.00 Add to cart
Amazing Results From Composting With WormsAUD $97.00 Add to cart
The Soil Learning Center is a hub of resources for farmers & growers who are on the regenerative journey. A platform created by soil lovers for soil lovers!
The goal of Soil Learning Center is just that: creating a central online space bringing together resources, education, content and inspiration, to better your growing practices, boost profits and product quality with an emphasis on sustainability and promote freedom from climate change.
Let's Get Our Hands Dirty. Together.
Whether you’re a farmer, gardener or a “regenpreneur” running a business trying to solve soil problems – we’ve got you covered!
By joining our soil community, you’ll come across people from all walks of life with one thing in common: a deep love for healing the soil.
We work with passionate farmers and growers from across the world, teaching you the strategies and processes to excel using the power of a like-minded community of soil lovers.
A groundbreaking study reveals the potential of agroecological natural farming as a transformative approach to sustainable agriculture. Conducted by GIST Impact in collaboration with the
By: Edwin Williams AS a teenager, Chris Macquet spent years extremely ill, having contracted hepatitis A. Living with a severely damaged liver ever since, sourcing
Agroecology is the study of ecological processes applied to agricultural ecosystems. It combines traditional knowledge with modern science to create more sustainable and efficient ways of producing food. In other words, if we allow nature to do what it naturally does, the system thrives.
Have you ever sat back and thought about the dirt beneath your feet? Ever wondered what goes on deep in the ground, below the surface?