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  • Mark Tupman
    Mark Tupman
    Agroecologist, Productive Ecology

    For over two decades Mark has been active in the fields of organic/biodynamic production, permaculture, sustainability, agro-ecology and holistic management and in between times managed an orchard, animals and food gardens on his own property. Through his business, Productive Ecology, Mark provides consultation and education & training in the establishment of integrated living production systems. In addition to his consulting work, Mark works as the horticulture project manager at the Witchcliffe Ecovillage development and as a project consultant to the Lower Blackwood Landcare Group


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10 Aug 2023


4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Data Collection to Monitor Pasture Health and Productivity

In this Talkin’ After Hours live webinar, we explore the different data that can be collected from multi-species pastures & crops to assess how they are performing in the key performance areas of; Soil Function and Fertility, Pasture Quality and Quantity, and Local Ecosystem Health.

Presenter Mark Tupman from Productive Ecology will take you through a range of planning and practical activities to monitor the health & productivity of your multispecies pasture.

These include:

  • Developing a Monitoring Program
  • In Field Activities & Data Collection
  • Laboratory Analysis
  • Using Your Monitoring Program to Inform Management Decisions


When? Thursday August 10th, 4.00pm to 5.30pm

Where? You can participate in this webinar from the comfort of your own home!

How? Once you register you’ll receive a confirmation with a link to the  webinar. As this is a LIVE, ONLINE webinar you’ll be able to ask questions during and after the presentation.

After the webinar we’ll send you:

  • Access to the recording of the webinar
  • A PDF of the presentation

Cost? This is a free event

This webinar is delivered in partnership with the Lower South West Growers Group and is supported though funding from Soil Wise. Soil Wise is funded by the National Landcare Program Smart Farms Small Grants – an Australian Government initiative. It is supported by Healthy Estuaries WA – a State Government program.

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