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Workshop & Farm Visit: Feeding the Soil - a Recipe for Regenerative Farming.

Source: Soil Food Web Institute

Source: Soil Food Web Institute

Why is soil biology so important?  Brent Burns, Director of Landsave Organics,  will be providing us with a fascinating insight into soil life, why it is so important, and how to improve it.

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Brent has a background of eleven years’ experience in the field of Environmental Management. For the past ten years he has gained extensive knowledge, and experience, in the manufacture of highly humified and microbial diverse Organic Compost, Vermi-Compost and Bio Stimulants.

Over that time Brent has willingly shared his passion & expertise with land managers from a broad range of sectors,and been instrumental in numerous success stories along the way.

What's in the Workshop?

You will learn about:

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  • The role of soil microbes within the “Soil Food Web”.

  • The Nitrogen & the Carbon Cycle.

  • The importance of cat-ion exchange capacity.

  • The use of Bio Stimulants.

In addition you will have the opportunity to get hands on with:

  • a biological analysis of your soil sample (via a microscope)

  • & a visit to a garlic & potato grower to see regenerative farming in action.

Workshop Logistics:

When: Thursday August 23rd, 9.30am to 2.00pm
Where: Landsave Organics, 295 Kaloorup Road, Vasse.
Getting there: A minibus will leave from behind the Margaret River visitor centre at 8.30am, returning by 3.00pm.
What to bring: A soil sample in a snap lock bag, of the top 100ml of soil, for microscope analysis.
You Won't Go Hungry: Morning tea and lunch will be provided

Register Now - places are limited so don't miss out!

Please note that due to funding restrictions this event is limited to Lower Blackwood Catchment Landholders only.

To register for this event contact Kate Tarrant, Communications Officer at the LBLCDC  Tel. 9758 4021 | Mob. 0409203056 | Email 

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