IN recent years, a movement has been gaining momentum in the state's agriculture sector.
It goes by several names, regen-ag, a sustainable approach, holistic management, as well as a variety of others.
However, they are all part of the rich diversity that is the NSW agriculture sector, which is constantly evolving to achieve the best outcomes for not only the producers who work the land, but the land itself.
This year, The Land celebrates its 110th birthday and throughout the years the publication has prided itself on honouring the words of the paper's founders in keeping the agricultural community connected.
As the paper's founders stressed, it is not about a person in the city telling producers or growers how to run their farms but rather "if we come across a thing that looks good, if here and there we have 'picked up a wrinkle' that might be handy to you - well we will pass it on too".
These immortal words prompted our journalists across the state to reach out to those who are leading the way in a more regenerative form of agricultural management, whether it be in the cropping, livestock or soil sequestration spaces.
Over the next three weeks, The Land will feature producers that are changing the game in a series called Game Changers.
Whether you see these approaches as the future or just modern adaptations of old principals, our hope is you may glean something from these stories that may help boost your own operation.
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