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Regenerative & Sustainable Farming Webinar
The footsteps of the farmer are his best fertiliser.

While every farm is different, there are several fundamentals that farmers use to build healthy soil. We hope to encourage and inspire others to increase their biodiversity, enrich soils, restore watersheds, and enhance ecosystem services. Ultimately, producing the closest expression of terroir and quality; not only with wine but essentially all farming activities.

Join us for an insightful, free webinar as our winemaker, Dirk van Zyl, interviews Dick Richardson of 'Grazing Naturally'.

Saturday, 06 March 2021
10h00 - South Africa
18h00 - Australia

Grazing Naturally, based in Australia, is born of Dick Richardson’s passion for nature and his insights into the symbiotic relationships within nature that create the impulse to drive change. The Grazing Naturally Program combines listening to the environment and responding appropriately with comprehensive planning, risk mitigation and grazing animals.

Saxenburg is a family winery based in the Polkadraai Hills of Stellenbosch, South Africa. We are passionately dedicated to producing premium wines, expressive of terroir and variety, as well as consistent in quality.

Mar 6, 2021 10:00 AM in Johannesburg

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Dirk van Zyl
Cellarmaster and Winemaker @Saxenburg
Coming from 4 generations of winemaking and farming, Saxenburg Cellarmaster and winemaker, Dirk van Zyl learnt hands-on from a young age about the delicate process of winemaking and fine balance of viticulture to ensure the best crops vintage upon vintage. Dirk graduated Cum Laude with B.Sc.Agriculture, Viticulture and Oenology degree from Stellenbosch University and has completed harvests with DeMorgenzon and Kleine Zalze in Stellenbosch, South Africa and Cellar 433 in Arizona, USA. www.saxenburg.co.za
Dick Richardson
Founder @Grazing Naturally
Dick Richardson is an internationally recognised leader in the practice of natural grazing to improve soil depth and health, water retention, increased biodiversity and animal production. Dick is currently based in South Adelaide, Australia. www. grazingnaturally.com.au