Growing Soils, communities & Futures


We focus on growing soils, communities and futures through consultancy, education and advocacy, and through peer and network support.

Solutions found in nature to build prosperity for people and planet.

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Microscopic Creatures

Living In Our Soil

Poor soil aggregation

Poor soil aggregation

High soil aggregation notice amber colour soil and hyphae running through the soil

High soil aggregation - notice amber colour soil and hyphae running through the soil

Hyphae along root

Hyphae along a root

Hyphae running down small root to nutrient source

Hyphae running down a small root to a nutrient source

Hair like fibres on a Protozoa

Hair-like fibres on a Protozoa




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Key Papers

We’ve got specialist expertise across the spectrum from soil microbiology to Methane, to Hydrological cooling to Regenerating earth.

Please read these game changing papers.

Regenerate Earth

The practical drawdown of 20 billion tonnes of carbon back into soils annually, to rehydrate bio-systems and safely cool climates
– Walter Jehne

Herbivores, methane, mis-information and dangerous climate extremes

Things are not always what they are promoted to be by vested interests. 
– Walter Jehne

Hydrological Cooling

How hydrological processes naturally regulate and cool Earth’s climate. The 10 natural hydrological processes that govern the heat dynamics and cooling of our climate. – Walter Jehne


Its Sources, Sinks, Myths, Risks, Accounting, Solutions and our Imperatives. – Walter Jehne

Featured Video

Australia is aridifying as its climate changes. 

Scientists advise this is due to the southward shift of global pressure zones as well as the re-radiation of extra heat from bare areas that create high pressure heat domes that block the inflow of moist low pressure air.

The consequence is lower rainfalls, reinforcing that we have to conserve and more efficiently use every drop. Can we harvest more of the water that flows continually over most landscapes from the ‘rivers in the air?’

The discussion in the film explores the natural processes and evidence in our landscapes and if we can potentially access these unrecognised sources of water to help rehydrate the land.

Rivers In The Air

Can they help regenerate Australia’s liquid heart?

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