Natural Sequence Farming and social distancing proved compatible
Cobwebs were brushed off the old shearing shed, a COVID Safe Event Plan Category 3 was completed, 10 litres of hand sanitiser, paper towels and hospital grade disinfectant were purchased. Queensland Health social distancing and hand washing signs were printed, laminated and nailed up to enable a Natural Sequence Farming Course to be held over…
Inaugural Foundation scholar announced
The Lachlan Hughes Foundation Board is pleased to announce that Jack Groat of Lorraine Station, Roma has been selected as the Inaugural Foundation Scholar. An independent Selection Panel of three selected Jack from a very strong field of applicants from all over Australia. For Jack his journey to learn more about regenerative agriculture began in…
Livestock auction helps fund Lachlan’s legacy
Photo: Peter and Isabella Elmes with Philip, Alister & Adele Hughes & Geoff Maslen. Tuesday 26th November 2019 saw the auction of two head of prime cattle at the Roma cattle sale with all proceeds going to the Lachlan Hughes Foundation. Selling agent Geoff Maslen from Grant Daniel & Long Roma, called for bids for the…
What has happened to date?
A Foundation Update: The Inaugural Meeting of The Lachlan Hughes Foundation was held in March in Toowoomba.
A conversation between friends
Establishing The Lachlan Hughes Foundation has been an emotional journey. The concept arose during the nine days between Lachlan’s accident and his funeral.