On Tuesday 26th May, Farmers for Climate Action ran the online Gippsland Climate Change, Regenerative Agriculture and Community Resilience Forum to support communities still grappling with the fallout of the summer bushfires and drought.
Lorraine Gordon delivered the forum’s focused address on regenerative agriculture and bushfire recovery. Lorraine experienced the terrifying effect of bushfires on her own farm in the Northern Rivers of NSW last year.
Lorraine is the founder of the National Regenerative Agriculture Alliance based out of Southern Cross University (SCU). As Director of Strategic Projects at SCU and Associate Director of the University’s Centre for Organic Research, Lorraine acts as a conduit between industry and research, delivering sustainable and regenerative agriculture solutions nationally. Lorraine is a beef trader from Ebor, NSW. Lorraine was awarded the 2018 Australian Rural Community Leader of the Year for her work with farmers.
Photo credit: Angus Emmott Photography
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