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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

  • Joel Williams
    Joel Williams
    Agroecologist, Integrated Soils

    Joel is an independent plant and soil health educator providing lectures, workshops and consultation on soil management, plant nutrition and integrated approaches of sustainable food production.

    He as a particular interest in designing farming systems that focus on managing soil biology along with crop & soil nutrition to optimise plant immunity and soil function. Joel has extensive practical experience in Australia, UK and Canada (where he’s currently based) integrating soil and plant analyses as a joined-up strategy for managing production. Joel also has a passion for teaching and sharing both scientific and practical knowledge on agroecological growing practices and has lectured to farming audiences internationally.


Blackwood River Farm
210 Campbell Road, Warner Glen WA 6288
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09 Mar 2024


10:00 am - 3:00 pm

RAPP Masterclass 1: Making and Using Foliar Nitrogen, and Seed Treatments for Multispecies Seeding

This masterclass is a hands-on practical session led by Joel Williams & Mark Tupman applying the learnings from the ‘Managing Pastures with Foliar Nutrition’ workshop held the previous day.

We will also take the opportunity for a refresher on making seed coatings for your multispecies seeds in readiness for autumn seeding.

Event Logistics

When? Saturday March 9th 10.00am to 3.00pm

Where? Blackwood River Farm, 210 Campbell Rd, Warner Glen 6288

What else? Lunch provided, BYO refillable drink bottle, appropriate farm footwear & dress for the weather. Please note this event is open to RAPP 2024 Stream 2 Participants ONLY.

This event forms part of the Lower Blackwood’s Regenerative Agriculture in Practice Program 2024 which is supported through the Shire of Augusta Margaret River’s Environmental Management Fund. This event is also supported by the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation through their Soil Wise Program. 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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