Be A Healthy Farmer
BSC is offering a great resource that not a lot of people are aware of. Andrew Cameron is currently on staff who is there to assist people needing help with their rural properties with farming or land care. Here are a few events coming up for people to be aware of:
May 19th – Soil Biology Workshop DPI Wollongbar – The soils team at DPI will present a 2-hour workshop This is a rare opportunity to hear from this highly qualified research team Headed by Lukas Van Zwieten, Senior Principal Research Scientist Soil & Water R&D, NSW DPI, Director Wollongbar Primary Industries Institute, Program Leader Soil CRC, Adjunct Professor Southern Cross Plant Science
Adjunct Professor Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University.
Great chance to learn about spoil from the experts.
May 18 – 19 Scenic Rim QLD – Farm 2 Plate Exchange – An incredible array of Farmers Key Note speakers and food businesses who are working on ways to create a better food system. Speakers such as Charles Massey, Bruce Pascoe, Joel Salatin and other great inspirational farmers. Much learning networking and sharing to be had.
May 29 Saturday – Field Day at Red Earth Farmers Fernliegh. – Neil and Belinda are first-generation farmers that run a successful and dynamic market garden enterprise servicing a number of farmers markets in the region with a wide variety of crops specialising in flowers and bagged salad mix.
We will be joined by Sourdough Business Pathways for a discussion on local business support and the services available to help get new growers to start up, skill up and scale-up
“SOIL OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL”
A full day outlining the importance of soil and practical knowledge on how to improve it with a focus on Regenerative Grazing. There will be a wealth of knowledge to be shared with some great experts of our region a lot of who I have been mentored and studied under myself so I can testify to their strong capabilities.
Vital knowledge for anyone looking to improve their soil fertility, production and carbon-storing capabilities.
Wednesday 23rd June at Leela Farms in Myocum
Cost $27 which included morning tea, lunch and wind up drinks.
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