Jamie Gilbert is the key player behind the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo but immediately points out that he is just one of a committed and enthusiastic small team that makes the annual event a reality.
But it is more than Jamie and his small team, as working equally diligently to ensure the success of the expo are more than 30 community organizations from in and around Seymour.
Seymour's Kings Park will be packed with exhibitors for the three-day event, opening on April 1, and among them will be Farmers for Climate Action which will help farmers better understand the complexities and challenges of climate change.
The final night in Seymour will see the launch of a six-town roadshow by Farmers for Climate Action (details on the group's website) with the goal of those events being the establishment of a structure that ensures support, connection and knowledge for all farmers.
Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".