TARWYN PARK, BYLONG VALLEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA
- A hydrogeological investigation of the Natural Farming Sequence applied in the Bylong Valley at Tarwyn Park Property, A thesis submitted by Paul Anderson in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the Master of Science degree in Hydrogeology and Groundwater Management, October 1997. National Centre for Groundwater Management, University of Technology, Sydney
- ‘Yanget Farm’ Rehydration Project by Rod O’Bree and Peter Andrews - Catchment Function Analysis by Tim Wiley, Tierra Australia, August 2017
- Catchment Function Analysis Using Google Earth Mapping, Tim Wiley, Australasian Agribusiness Perspectives 2017, Volume 20, Paper 1, 2017
- Indigenous regenerative land management included in agricultural program at TAFE
By Glenn Barndo, ABC Mid West & Wheatbelt, 21 July 2020
"... Nyungar elder Clint Hansen is teaching in the wide-ranging Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management through Geraldton's Central Regional TAFE and Batavia Coast Maritime Institute.He said the content included rehydrating creeks and rivers, ...
The hands-on work for the students is taking place on Yanget farm, east of Geraldton, working alongside the owners to help regenerate the property...
Mr O'Bree said the water diversion had a number of impacts including better crop growth and environment benefits.
'We're not getting that run-off heading down and out into the Indian Ocean and murkying it up out there and damaging our sea beds and stuff like that,' he said."
- Natural Sequence Farming - Catalyst for Riparian Restoration in Semi-Arid Australia - Project Planning & Implementation - Prepared by Donna Johnston and Malcolm Carnegie - Lake Cowal Foundation and Commonwealth Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry - National Landscape Programme, 2008 - see www.lakecowalfoundation.org.au/_literature_4752/NSF_Project_Implementation_Report
- See the case study 'The Jillamatong Story', by Soils for Life on the prime lamb, cattle, garlic, truffles and yabbies enterprise. Innovations included restoration of eroded areas and development of chain of ponds. Key results included vastly improved water quality through from chain of ponds, significant reduction in costs, 230% profit between 2005 and 2014.
CENTRAL WEST, NSW, AUSTRALIA
- Restoring the Central West, The Australian Landscape Science Institute
- See Rain For Climate
- Global Action Plan, Michal Kravčík and Jan Lambert Slovakia and U.S.A., 2015 - “A global plan of climate restoration of the small water cycle of regional landscapes, with a goal of decreasing floods, drought, natural disasters, and other undesirable climate changes, and increasing the biodiversity and production potential of all continents, through the introduction of various measures of rainwater retention suitable for all areas of human habitation and usage.”, 2015