Start Working with Nature for Landscape Regeneration
Join Stuart and Peter Andrews from Tarwyn Park Training for a hands-on workshop on redesigning your farm for maximum productivity and enhanced landscape function, while also minimising costs. Tarwyn Park Training is named after the iconic Hunter Valley property where landscape pioneer, Peter Andrews, first developed the principles of Natural Sequence Farming. Stuart Andrews, Peter’s son, has now built a training course based on the pioneering work of his father.
This course is a four day, hands on workshop based on redesigning your farm through natural sequence farming techniques and principles to maximise productivity, enhance landscape function and minimise farm costs.
Suitable for both steep and undulating landscapes with or without a river or creek, natural sequence farming can be applied wherever rain falls.
During the landscape rehydration workshop you will learn to:
Read the landscape
Fully utilise your farm’s natural resources
Locate, design and build landscape structures
Redesign your own property
Begin improving landscape function on your farm
Lower your farm costs and boost profits!
$2850 per participant
Includes morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch. Limited to 20 participants. Accommodation is available on site, via Muresk website here
Date: Monday 19th July to Thursday 22nd July
Location: Muresk Institute, Northam
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