*Free* Grazing Management Workshop & Farm Walk
LOCATION: This event commences at 9:30am, Steinbrook Hall, Billirimba Road, Tenterfield NSW and a paddock walk will follow afterwards. The workshop is expected to conclude at approximately 3:30pm.
Facilitated by Dr Judi Earl, this *free* workshop focuses on grazing management, a fundamental practice of Regenerative Agriculture. Judi’s main area of interest is working with land managers to enhance the condition and productivity of their land through understanding of ecosystem function and more effective utilisation of available resources.
In this workshop we explore grassland ecology, soil health and grazing management to regenerate the land using Holistic practices. We will explore Judi’s experience in regenerating her own degraded 1,100-acre property purchased in 2011 and the subsequent establishment of a learning centre on the property.
Catering is supplied and numbers are STRICTLY limited so, please ensure you do RSVP and add any special dietary requirements.
Post the information session in the morning we will be joining Judi on a paddock walk so please ensure you have suitable footwear and a hat for this activity.
Bookings ARE ESSENTIAL! To secure your spot call our office 02 6736 3500 or use the sticky tickets link to book directly online https://www.stickytickets.com.au/n80ze
About Our Speaker:
Dr Judie Earl gained a PhD in pasture ecology when she conducted the first studies describing the benefits to pasture composition from planned grazing. She has extensive experience in how grasslands and pastures respond to grazing and fertility management and is a widely respected speaker on these matters.
- Associate Diploma in Animal Production (Hawkesbury Agricultural College)
- Bachelor of Rural Science, Hon I (University of New England)
- PhD in Pasture Ecology (University of New England)
- Cert IV in Training and Assessment
- Certified Holistic Management Educator