Join us in person or virtually for Convergence: agriculture, human and planetary health – a two day regenerative agriculture conference – brings together world-class consultants, practitioners and educators to help farmers meet their economic and environmental goals and offer knowledge about food development and its impact on people and planet.
With presentations by soil scientists and eco-farmers, medical professionals, ecologists and financial experts, Convergence will empower farmers to increase profit while improving the health of their land and the quality of the food or fibre they produce.
Hosted by RCS – Australia’s leading provider of holistic education, training and advisory services to the agricultural sector – Convergence is celebrating over 30 years of the Grazing for Profit™ School in Australia by providing access to the planet’s most extraordinary minds and an opportunity to network and connect with likeminded people and organisations.
We understand that Covid-19 presents limitations to ‘Converging’, so for this reason the conference will be run in a hybrid format, allowing those unable to travel to participate virtually.
Bringing you the best on the planet
We’ve secured some of the world foremost thought leaders and experienced practitioners who will give you the most up-to-date information on regenerative agriculture and its linkages to human wellness, family wealth, community prosperity and planetary health.
An event not to be missed
This two day conference and tradeshow offers presentations and workshops covering every facet of regenerative agriculture. Gain insights, new methods and ideas to take home and use right away to improve business profitability, the health of your soil, the quality of the food or fibre you produce, and your personal and community wellbeing.
Registration is open!
Click below to register and purchase early-bird tickets.
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
The conference will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (Corner Merivale and Glenelg Streets) in the heart of Brisbane’s vibrant South Bank precinct. Find out how to get here and where to stay during the conference.