UNDERSTANDING HYDROLOGY

Water - too much, not enough, is there any way to control it really? This workshop with Stuart Andrews is all about new perspectives for water management on your property. Saturday 16th June.
$35.00 inc GST

Stuart Andrews is a farmer who has dedicated over 30 years of his life to understanding, practicing and teaching land rehabilitation techniques. Stuart was raised on the 1500 acre property “Tarwyn Park”, Bylong, the celebrated home of Natural Sequence Farming (NSF), pioneered by his father Peter Andrews.

 

In this workshop you will:

 

  •          Look at landscape function
  •          Talk about how to slow the losses of water and matter off your property
  •          How to rehydrate landscapes and how that impacts on your entire farm

 

Currently, Stuart’s property “Riverside” in Kybong marries NSF with other tried and tested models of regenerative agriculture. This trial is intended to establish a model of land rehabilitation that can be scaled up from very small blocks to large acreages, while also allowing the farmer to derive an income from the land. This trial builds upon Stuart’s extensive knowledge of environmentally beneficial farming practices, reflects his commitment to sharing knowledge with others and is guided by models of sustainable agriculture that have been highly successful elsewhere in the world.

 

9:30-11:30 Saturday the 16th June. Please wear shoes made for walking and bring a hat. Arrive at least 10 minutes prior to grab a coffee and register. Bookings essential!  

 

Stuart Andrews is a farmer who has dedicated over 30 years of his life to understanding, practicing and teaching land rehabilitation techniques. Stuart was raised on the 1500 acre property “Tarwyn Park”, Bylong, the celebrated home of Natural Sequence Farming (NSF), pioneered by his father Peter Andrews.

 

In this workshop you will:

 

  •          Look at landscape function
  •          Talk about how to slow the losses of water and matter off your property
  •          How to rehydrate landscapes and how that impacts on your entire farm

 

Currently, Stuart’s property “Riverside” in Kybong marries NSF with other tried and tested models of regenerative agriculture. This trial is intended to establish a model of land rehabilitation that can be scaled up from very small blocks to large acreages, while also allowing the farmer to derive an income from the land. This trial builds upon Stuart’s extensive knowledge of environmentally beneficial farming practices, reflects his commitment to sharing knowledge with others and is guided by models of sustainable agriculture that have been highly successful elsewhere in the world.

 

9:30-11:30 Saturday the 16th June. Please wear shoes made for walking and bring a hat. Arrive at least 10 minutes prior to grab a coffee and register. Bookings essential!  

 

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