Tarwyn Park training course – Baralaba
Monday 27 May 2019 - Thursday 30 May 2019
|Start:||Monday 27 May 2019|
|End:||Thursday 30 May 2019||Event category:||Land and pastures|
Baralaba, Queensland 4702 Australia+ Google Map
Natural solutions for landscape renewal.
Join this four-day, hands-on workshop with the highly regarded Tarwyn Park Training Team and learn how to improve your landscape functions and business profits.
Learn how to:
- improve landscape functions,
- utilise your natural resources,
- locate, design and build landscape structures,
- reduce runoff and control erosion,
- increase your land’s ability to store water,
- increase plant and animal life on your property,
- lower your farm costs and boost profits.
About the presenter:
Stuart Andrews, Owner/manager of Tarwyn Park Training & Marloo, is a farmer who has dedicated over 30 years of his life to understanding, practising and teaching land rehabilitation techniques. Stuart was raised at the 1500 acre “Tarwyn Park”, Bylong, the home of Natural Sequence Farming, pioneered by Stuart’s father Peter Andrews. Natural Sequence Farming is now internationally recognised as a significant innovation in sustainable agriculture and land care. Mr Andrews has completed three courses in soil science and received training in “Terra-aquaculture – Farming with Water” in New Zealand with Hakai Tane.
Costing participants only $1200 per person, the Fitzroy Basin Association has subsidised 50% of the regular price ($2400).
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are included. Please bring a chair, a refillable water bottle, closed in shoes, hat and sunscreen.
To reserve your spot, contact Stuart Andrews on 0427 112 448, or via email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that a $500 deposit is due 15 April, and full payment is due 13 May. Limit of two people per business.
For more information:
Contact Ellie Carter, FBA Senior Land Management Officer on 0408 574 129 or via email, email@example.com.
Download the event flyer Tarwyn-Park-Training-Workshop, (PDF 1 MB).
This workshop is supported by Fitzroy Basin Association Inc., through funding from the Australian Government’s Reef Trust Program and in partnership with Reef Alliance.