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Dr. Charles Massy

Visiting Fellow at The Fenner School of Environment and Society, Australian National University

Dr. Charles Massy is a Visiting Fellow at The Fenner School of Environment and Society, Australian National University. He manages an 1820 ha (4,500 acre) sheep and cattle grazing property under regenerative agriculture principles; is a published author; and consults on landscape/farm design, Merino sheep and wool genetics, while teaching university classes on regenerative agriculture principles.

Dr. Massy was an Academic Resident at Bellagio in November 2015.

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  • May 05 2016
    Blog Post Pulling the Planet Back from the Brink, One Farm at a Time I am a farmer with forty years of hard-won experience. I have made my share of mistakes, mainly because I thought our landscapes were bulletproof and our resources were super-resilient. Like many, I eventually learned that modern, industrial-scale agriculture is grossly unsustainable. In fact, it is the key force in the massive destabilization of our […] Charles Massy
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