*The Application window for Master Regen has closed!*

Farming Connect is excited to announce a new workshop – MasterRegen 


Regenerative agriculture is guided by principles, not adhering to a set of standards. It’s a proactive, whole system approach and cannot be achieved simply by adopting regenerative practices within an existing conventional farming system. Getting it right requires new knowledge and a change of mindset. This workshop is aimed at individuals at the beginning of their journey with regenerative farming principles.

If you are interested in exploring routes to start your regenerative farming journey, please complete the application form below by 20/01/2023, for an opportunity to attend the MasterRegen workshop. 

Completing the application form is compulsory and will be used to select successful candidates. 


Date: 1/2/2023

Time: 9:30-17:00

Location: Llandysul, Ceredigion


Course objectives

  • Explain the concepts of regenerative agriculture and sustainable intensification and the impact these can have on farming systems
  • Explore how regenerative agriculture can help reduce the environmental impacts of farm practices
  • Identify which skills are necessary to implement new regenerative farming techniques
  • Reflect on the challenges faced by farmers and how regenerative agriculture can help them provide a secure and sustainable food supply for a growing population
  • Assess soil health
  • Develop a regenerative action plan for your farm


Guest speakers

Alex Brewster

Alex Brewster, Rotmell Farm, Perthshire is a regenerative beef and sheep farmer and an organic free-range egg producer, farming over 1,000ha of upland grazing. He was the Soil Farmer of the year 2020, a Nuffield Scholar and he’s a director of Powered Pasture Ltd. He is enthusiastic about all things related to soil, microbiology and mob grazing.



Rhys Williams 

Rhys works as a farm business consultant for Precision Grazing Ltd, who specialises in advising livestock farmers on grazing management. In 2016, Rhys entered a joint venture opportunity at Coed Coch Farms Ltd, a low input, grass-based sheep production business running 2,200 New Zealand Romney ewes plus young stock. Rhys has a passion for developing financially and environmentally sustainable farming businesses and during the last year, has visited and spoken to many regenerative farming businesses across the world. 


The Application window for Master Regen has closed.

For more information, please contact Menna Williams on 07399 849 148 / menna.williams@menterabusnes.co.uk

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