Emulating the role of natural watercourse to reverse salinity, slow erosion and increase soil and water quality to enable native vegetation to regenerate and restore - no use of artificial fertilizes or herbicides needed.
Peter Andrews gives an overview of agriculture in Europe compared to Australia
Peter Andrews visits the Burdekin - Building a dam
What kind of soil does the Australian Landscape have?
Ian Kiernan, Don Burke, Former Governor General Michael Jeffery and Wentworth Group member John Williams provide powerful testimony to the value of Peter Andrews methods.
The event -- "Towards an Ecologically Integrative Climate Paradigm" -- is hosted by the School of Social and Political Sciences, and Faculty of Arts, University of Sydney, the International Journal of Water, and the Natural Sequence Association Inc.
Peter Andrews - Part 1 - Carbon and Water Symposium.
International keynotes will feature European research into the New Water Paradigm, exploring its potential for moving Australian responses to the climate crisis in a more ecologically responsible direction.
Peter Andrews - Part 2 - Carbon and Water Symposium.
Peter Andrews on Weeds
Peter Andrews and Don Burke reach out to Richard Branson
Peter Andrews at Baramul Stud - Erosion
Natural Sequence Farming - Scaled Model Erosion Control. Here's a very simple model showing how Peter Andrew's Natural Sequence Farming works.
Peter Andrews has spent the best years of his life developing Natural Sequence Farming, albeit against the grain of everyone it seems, but he never lost his convictions.
Recently Peter Andrews is now being recognized by local, state and federal governments.
Peter Andrews is also the author of a best selling book on his methods, entitled Back from the Brink: How Australia's Landscape can be Saved. He also has written a book called "Beyond the Brink" that further explains his theories about water movement in the Australian landscape with the additional subjects of global warming and GMO usage and how this effects soil and the environment.