New south wales
Ph: 0414 618 350
Glen has been working in regenerative farming for over 20 years and is an accredited Holistic Management Field Professional with the Savory Institute. As well as having worked with leading consulting firms as a trainer and facilitator, he has travelled internationally researching regenerative farming practices and brings this knowledge and his varied strategic business management experience to helping you. Along with training, educating and sharing his passion for regenerative agriculture, he and his wife run a farm near Armidale on the Northern Tablelands of NSW, applying the principles themselves.
Mark has extensive agricultural experience across a number of agricultural industries. He facilitates groups and family businesses to improve profitability, wellbeing and sustainability. He also organises and conducts business management and natural resource management education programs using Holistic Management. Additionally, Mark is a trained business coach for individual farm families and uses this to help them improve business performance. Mark is also interested in new ways of Succession Planning and creating family farm of the future. Mark is a Board Member of a range of local Community Groups.
Darren has been fortunate enough to be mentored by some of Australia’s most experienced Holistic Management Educators and brings a broad range of perspectives to his practice as a result. Accredited as a Savory Institute Field Professional, Darren has a love of rural Australia and its communities as well as a passion for biodiversity and its conservation. It was this enthusiasm that led him to first study Holistic Management. He owns Widden Brook Farms in partnership with his wife and has managed it, and a leased property, holistically since 2013. Darren has been a freelance writer and media trainer since 2002.
Ph: 02 6373 3078
Paul's abiding interest in Holistic Decision Making is to spread its capability to the country towns of Australia and, thus, help them to ensure their viability. He educates at the Australian Graduate School of Management, a School of the University of New South Wales, where he is a member of the core faculty for the General Manager Program. He brings Holistic Decision Making concepts to his other teaching roles in personal and corporate communication. Holistic Management figures, too, in his advisory roles with senior persons in business and government on a consulting basis.
Ph: 02 4849 4541
Mob: 0412 128 755
Tony is committed to improve landscape management, better financial management of farms and creating vibrant rural communities. Tony has been privileged to be mentored by some of Australia’s top Holistic Management Educators and is an accredited Field Professional - Commercial with the Savory Institute. He is joint owner of Illalangi Farm. He founded Capital Hill Consulting in 2000 and is accredited as an instructor and assessor with the NSW Rural Fire Service.
Fax: 02 6846 8255
Ian is the owner manager of a 400 ha grazing property in Central Western NSW. Ian has worked at TAFE NSW, teaching rural business management as well as developing the college curriculum. He has practiced Holistic Management since 2006 and has trained with American, Australian and South African educators.
MID NORTH COAST
Brian is well regarded Holistic Management educator. Passionate about the environment from an early age, he attended an introductory course in 1995 and was bowled over with the results he obtained through managing holistically.
As a certified Holistic Management educator, Brian has shared his passion and knowledge with many businesses, land managers, families, environmental groups and pastoralists, with people from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Brian has trained and consulted in Australia, New Zealand, America and Zimbabwe. His belief and passion allow him to create an atmosphere of trust within a group, allowing participants to actively contribute towards positive outcomes. In addition, he has hands on experience, crop farming in Central Africa, working as a pasture and cattle manager in South West Queensland and managing a mixed-species property in New South Wales. He is motivated by seeing the positive change that Holistic Management can bring to people’s lives and livelihoods.
Ph: 02 6733 2087
Mob: 0427 829 523
Fax: 02 6733 2087
Brian is a grazier near Guyra, NSW. He has experience in cropping and beef and sheep enterprises in the Warren, Breeza and Nundle districts of NSW as well as in direct beef marketing. He has tertiary qualifications in Australia (Tocal Dip Ag) and the USA (Texas A&M Univ B.Sc & M.Ag) and as a Certified Educator has been training and supporting groups in Holistic Management since 1995. Brian is a 'hands on' educator, helping people with key concepts to manage their unique businesses. He has travelled extensively in Australia and internationally and has many images and stories to enhance learning. In 2017 Brian was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for his service to primary industry education.
Over the last 13 yrs Helen has been involved with agripolitical and agribusiness organisations, assisting landholders position their business for the future focusing on land management and marketing. Helen has been a certified educator since 2002, and applies Holistic Decision Making to families, community development, succession planning, small business development, policy development and chain management. As a Landcare project officer Helen was able to use Holistic Management to assist landholders’ land improvement. Helen is managing holistically on her family property.
Since 2005 Jason has been delivering Holistic Grazing and Financial Planning in Central and Southern Queensland and Northern NSW. Personal experience in managing cattle on small areas has given him empathy and driven him to assist other farmers and land managers in learning how Holistic Management can help people to achieve their dreams on small land holdings.
Besides having managed large sheep and cattle properties him self, Dick has worked with Graziers in Africa, America and all over Australia, he has trained both educators and operators on the ground in regenerative grazing practices. In the process Dick has been able to adapt some of the basic methods and improve on them to beat the notorious riddles of poor animal performance experienced by many in the pursuit of ecological improvement. Now supporting grazing managers directly by overseeing managers, one on one support and coaching and through group sessions. Dick is working in nearly every climatic zone in Australia and fast becoming the go to grazing person in the business. Dick also uses the Maia technology, grazing planning and monitoring tool, whereby both he and managers can interact live with grazing decisions on the ground. Dick is also an entertaining and informative speaker at field days and conferences throughout Australia.
Moira is a modern regenerative farmer. Ecosystem function, community and family are equally as important to her as production and profit. She combines a fourth-generation cattle breeding heritage, a lifetime of practical knowledge and love of the land with tertiary studies in Business Law, Diploma of Corporate Governance plus full Savory Institute accreditation as a Savory Field Professional in 2017. She manages the family company’s Coodardie Brahman stud in the Northern Territory which has been host to Holistic Management training since 2005 with Brian Marshall as lead educator and then in later years, Moira assisting. Moira has been instrumental in introducing Holistic Management to the Northern Territory.
Family businesses, indigenous operations, government, regional and agricultural advocacy are just some areas in which Moira has the experience and desire to assist. Moira is available for group training, consultancy work or speaking engagements.
Graeme has managed a beef property as well as working as an industrial chemist, international marketer, meat industry consultant and farm consultant to many family and corporate farmers. He has a special interest in working with family farms to create profitable, regenerative farm businesses which are enjoyable to work. Graeme is the CEO of STIPA Native Grass Association.
John King is the Director of Succession. He was raised at The Bend, a sheep, cattle, and cropping property near Winton, Southland. Extended family still own or manage properties in Southland. John's passions are education, environment, and entrepreneurship and he helps farmers, their families, and other professionals find opportunity within existing circumstances by challenging their understanding of business and environment, particularly for low input farming.