This self paced nine module course will teach you how to Pasture Crop profitably. We teamed up with the inventor Colin Seis so you can learn straight from the horses mouth. If you’ve got enough rain to grow a crop, you can Pasture Crop!

Course Brief:

An innovative course designed to cover all aspects of Pasture Cropping and empower farmers with the tools and methods to regenerate their perennial native grasslands and soil ecosystems. Who is this course for? This course is for all farmers that grow grass, crops, and livestock while looking to regenerate their perennial grassland system.

Course Outcomes:

  • Reduce farm inputs
  • Produce better quality stock feed
  • Diversify farm enterprise’s
  • Grow multi-species crops
  • Build soil carbon
  • Retro-fit machinery to zero-tillage method
  • Much more




  • Over 45 Videos (+160 mins)
  • 65 lessons written by Colin delivered over nine chapters
  • Lifetime access to self-paced content that is 100% relevance guaranteed by continual updating of the platform
  • Access to ongoing support via the smartsoiledu social learning system
  • Quarterly Q&A sessions with Colin

More information

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