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The show case event for 2023 participants
Stimulating year for participants in the Lachlan Hughes Foundation Program.
End of Year – New Year Catch Up
Stimulating year for participants in inaugural Lachlan Hughes Foundation Program.
Learning Journey in a Shearing Shed
What do the participants "do" during the workshop modules? 2023 overview.
What have the participants been up to?
Guest speaking engagements for our participants: Regenerative Rangelands Conference and AgVention
Dulacca Sports Club Donation
The Lachlan Hughes Foundation is wholly funded by donations. All of which are fully tax deductible.
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2022 Scholarship winners address the Young Beef Producers Forum
Joel and Emma Muirhead's regen ag journey was a talking point at the YBPF.
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‘Tree of Life’ award for Beau
Beau North receives his award at the completion of his scholarship
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Regen Ag guru headlines at Dulacca
Charles Massy, author of "Call of the Reed Warbler" was the keynote speaker at an exciting 'Day of Learning'.
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North Burnett couple announced as 2022 Scholarship beneficiaries
An exciting regenerative agriculture challenge ahead for the enthusiastic Joel and Emma Muirhead.
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2021 Scholar addresses Beef Forum
Beau North took delegates on the journey of turning an old sugar cane farm into a regenerated beef operation.
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ABC TV’s Landline comes to visit
A story of tragedy, loss and renewal told with sensitivity and dignity by Pip Courtney.
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Natural Sequence Farming Course
Learn how to: Rehabilitate - Regenerate - Rehydrate
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Biodynamics & the ‘art of making tea’!
A cost-effective, proven method of producing high quality plants, food and fibre, healthy animals and premium products, while achieving regenerative ecological outcomes.
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Past, Present and Planned
Regenerative agriculture events with Stuart Andrews & NSF, Charlie Arnott & Hamish Mackay's biodynamics, and Charles Massy "Call of the Reed Warbler".
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2021 Foundation Scholar announced
Beau North from Sarina announced as second Lachlan Hughes Foundation Scholar
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Farming Matters – For our Love of the Land
Alan Savory addresses Australian Holistic Management Co-operative's 2021 Conference
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Natural Sequence Farming and social distancing proved compatible
Old shearing shed cleaned up and sanitised for the event
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Inaugural Foundation Scholar announced
Jack Groat from north of Roma Qld is thrilled to be the inaugural scholar
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Livestock auction helps fund Lachlan’s legacy
Generous supporters Peter and Isabella Elmes donate prime cattle to auction in Roma
A rudge green background with a silhoutte image of a tree below it are text in yello color saying:  Advice From a Tree Dear Friend Stand Tall and Proud Sink your roots deeply into the Earth Reflect the light of your true nature Think long term Go out on a limb Remember your place among all living beings Embrace with hjoy the changing seasons For each yields its own abundance The Energy and Birth of Spring The Growth and Contentment of Summer The Wisdom to let go like leaves in the Fall The Rest and Quiet renewal of Winter Feel the wind and the sun And delight in their presence Look up at the moon that shines down upon you And the mystery of the stars at night Seek nourishment from the good things in life Simple pleasures Earth, fresh air, light Be content with your natural beauty Drink plenty of water Let your limbs sway and dance in the breezes Be flexible Remember your roots Enjoy the view! Ilan Shamir
What has happened to date?
A Foundation Update: The Inaugural Meeting of The Lachlan Hughes Foundation was held in March 2019 in Toowoomba.
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A conversation between friends
Establishing The Lachlan Hughes Foundation has been an emotional journey. The concept was created during the nine days between Lachlan’s accident and his funeral.