Mark TupmanAgroecologist, 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
- 23 Nov 2023
- 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Developing Fertile & Functional Biological Systems
A Live Webinar Event
There are many examples of productive, resilient ecosystems, around the globe, growing healthily, on nothing but the inherent sunlight, air, water and earth.
The deeper we look into it, the more we find out about the wonderful functions various species in living communities perform and the ways they can generate fertility.
By utilising living organisms to do some of the work, particularly in an agricultural context, we can build stronger systems with lower labour, input and environmental costs.
Join us for this inspiring webinar with Mark Tupman from Productive Ecology, on the biological principles we can follow and practices we can adopt to make best use of our natural resources in primary production enterprises.
When we look after life, life looks after us!
When? Thursday November 23rd, 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 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.