A NutriSoil Regenerative HUB is a localised group of farmers who purchase a 1000L or more of NutriSoil. NutriSoil facilitate networking opportunities between HUB members to encourage communication, knowledge exchange and trial results. This occurs through online Zoom meetings, newsletters, podcasts and Biological Farming Roundtable (BFR) events. The overall aim of a HUB is to support and build the transition to regenerative farming.

What does a HUB look like?

Our HUBS are growing! A HUB consist of around 20 farmers who live within a 200km radius. Farmers who have purchased 1000L or more of NutriSoil in the last 3 years have the opportunity to participate in a HUB group.

The benefits of a HUB

  • Contact details of local NutriSoil users
  • Bulk buying benefits
  • Having a support group of like minded farmers
  • Reboot My Soil online course with agroecologist David Hardwick
  • The potential to invite and encourage other farmers into the regenerative space
  • Monthly Hub Webinars with special guests

How can I be included in a HUB?

When you purchase 1000L or more of NutriSoil a team member will be in contact to discuss the Hub program with you.


Soil Health Courses

When you purchase 1000L or more of NutriSoil a team member will be in contact to discuss the Hub program with you.

David Hardwick

As part of the NutriSoil Hub you are entitled to participate in a NutriSoil funded Reboot My Soil course, facilitated by agroecologist David Hardwick from Soil Land Food.

The program will consist of reading a soil test and developing a soil action plan. It will include –

  • 5 Zoom sessions of 90 mins each for 5 weeks
  • Follow up Zoom for Q&A 1 month after program
  • Limited to 10 participants per program
  • Each farmer to bring own soil test (max 2 per farmer)
For more information on David Hardwick visit


Soil Health Mentors

As part of a NutriSoil Hub you are eligible to access a consultation session with one of our independent Soil Health Mentors, depending on location either via Zoom or on farm.

Soil Health Mentors provide independent advice to help farmers transition to a regenerative, high-profit biological farming system. Please see below the Soil Health Mentors currently working with NutriSoil.

Luke Harrington

Luke Harrington

Luke has had a long term interest in the role biology plays in improving soil health. Having spent time in the corporate agricultural industry, Luke has invested in his own education and completed many courses, seminars and events to broaden his overall knowledge of regenerative farming.

Luke is the director of Re-Gen Farming and offers independent advice to farmers across the country. From helping source seeds, biological fertilisers and stimulants, to support with grazing management, Luke can help put all the tools in the toolbox together to help your transition to long term sustainable farming.

For more information please give Nutrisoil a call or go to Luke’s website
Robin Tait

Robin Tait

Robin has completed a Bachelor of Applied Science, including Honours in Agriculture. However, it was her Nuffield Scholarship in 2018 which fully opened her eyes to soil health and what can be achieved when the principles of nature’s management are applied to farming systems and farms are viewed as a whole picture.

Robin has an extensive list of industry experience, across a number of fields. Her personal journey has led her to find her passion for soil health and farming with nature’s principles. Robin has found her place in agriculture, working with farmers who have discovered the world of living soil and are making the transition to farming for the life of their soil.

Robin is based in Devonport, Tasmania. More information on Robin’s Nuffield scholarship journey can be found here
Simon Mattsson

Simon Mattsson

Simon is an extension office / regenerative consultant for Soil Land Food. Simon has a background as a cane & mixed crops farmer from Marian near Mackay in Queensland. Simon completed a Nuffield Scholarship on Soil Biology and is a pioneer of multi-species cover cropping in Australia.

He has been a leader in the Australian sugarcane industry in the area of soil health and regenerative farming practices. Simon has a passion for helping other farmers change to more regenerative practices.

Simon’s Nuffield Scholarship can be found here
Jane Slattery

Jane Slattery

Jane is Co-Founder of Natural Intelligence Farming with Di and Ian Haggerty and has extensive experience in animal nutrition.

Jane practices intuitive farming and assists farmers to remove the barriers blocking the path to making good intuitive decisions for themselves, their animals and their farm.

Please let one of the team know if you would like a session with Jane.

For program details and information please contact