University of Canberra Field Trip
Oct
8
9:00am 9:00am

University of Canberra Field Trip

Approximately 70 Hydro-geology and Applied Ecology students from the University of Canberra will visit Mulloon Creek Natural Farms to learn more about different aspects of soil, vegetation, geology, hydrology and overall landscape processes.

They will be accompanied by Dr Leah Moore (UC Associate Professor in Geology) and Dr Duanne White (UC Associate Professor in Earth Systems), and The Mulloon's Institute's Research Coordinator Luke Peel will also be on hand. 

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Green Army Graduation
Sep
28
12:00pm12:00pm

Green Army Graduation

Members of our current Green Army Team will be celebrating their team's graduation, with a BBQ supplied by Manpower, our Green Army Service Provider.

Congratulations to all the Green Army members and their supervisors. Thanks so much for all the amazing work you have done over the last six months.

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ANU Environmental Sciences Field Trip
Sep
8
9:00am 9:00am

ANU Environmental Sciences Field Trip

As part of this field trip, students from Australian National University will learn about brush pile restoration being conducted in the Mulloon Catchment. They will conduct ‘before restoration’ landscape function analysis and early ‘post treament’ LFA. During the course of the exercise, they will also be learning to develop research questions and experimental design. With Luke Peel (The Mulloon Institute) and Dr David Freudenberger (ANU).

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ANU Environmental Sciences Field Trip
Sep
6
9:00am 9:00am

ANU Environmental Sciences Field Trip

At Mulloon Creek Natural Farms, students from Australian National University will visit 'The Home Farm' to look at the soil pit and learn about road cutting, land capability, soil chores and characterisation. They will also take part in a partial creek walk and visit various paddocks. With Luke Peel (The Mulloon Institute) and Dr David Freudenberger (ANU).

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ANU Environmental Sciences Field Trip
Sep
5
9:00am 9:00am

ANU Environmental Sciences Field Trip

During this field trip, students from Australian National University will be visiting Mulloon Creek Natural Farms. They will learn how to conduct Landscape Function Analysis (David Tongway AM) in the forest and on exotic pasture. They will also learn how to conduct Ephemeral Drainage Line Assessment of nearby Mulloon Creek. With Luke Peel (The Mulloon Institute) and Dr David Freudenberger (ANU).

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Braidwood Central School Visit
Aug
11
10:00am10:00am

Braidwood Central School Visit

Approximately 60 Geography students from Year 9 and 10 will visit the MCNF Home Farm for an introduction to the sustainable biomes curriculum. They will walk along part of the Mulloon Creek and its lower floodplain to see various creek interventions, and to discuss the relationship between environmental health, agricultural productivity and human health.

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Tarywn Park Training
Mar
19
to Mar 23

Tarywn Park Training

Tarwyn Park Training is named after the iconic Hunter Valley property where landscape pioneer, Peter Andrews, first developed the principles of Natural Sequence Farming. Stuart Andrews, Peter’s son, has now built a training course based on the pioneering work of his father.

Stuart will lead a ‘hands on’ four day workshop in how to redesign your farm to maximise productivity and landscape function, while minimising costs.

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Mar
10
10:00pm10:00pm

Mulloon Institute presents at the 2017 Geography Teachers Association NSW Annual Conference

The 2017 Annual Conference will be held at the Novotel, Sydney Olympic Park on March 9th and 10th. The event is BOSTES accredited for 5.5 hours per day. 

This conference will be a large event with 8 Syllabus Masterclasses and approximately 36 workshops covering content, tools and skills for the new NSW Geography K-10 syllabus

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ANU Landcare Intrepid
Feb
25
9:30pm 9:30pm

ANU Landcare Intrepid

ANU Intrepid Landcare will be visiting Mulloon Creek on Saturday the 25th of February to learn more about landscape rehydration. 

ANU Intrepid Landcare is a team of young volunteers (18 to 30s) who meet once a month and travel around volunteering with and learning from other established Landcare groups in the ACT region and beyond. Their aim is to learn about environmental management while meeting other like minded people. The group always explores what each region has to offer and end the day with something fun like kayaking, swimming, surfing or bush walking.

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Tarwyn Park Training
Nov
13
to Nov 17

Tarwyn Park Training

Tarwyn Park Training is named after the iconic Hunter Valley property where landscape pioneer, Peter Andrews, first developed the principles of Natural Sequence Farming. Stuart Andrews, Peter’s son, has now built a training course based on the pioneering work of his father.

Stuart will lead a ‘hands on’ four day workshop in how to redesign your farm to maximise productivity and landscape function, while minimising costs.

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Mulloon Creek Field Day & Expert Panel - Rescheduled for Sunday July 3
Jul
3
9:30am 9:30am

Mulloon Creek Field Day & Expert Panel - Rescheduled for Sunday July 3

10 years after initiating the first National Landcare Demonstration of Peter Andrews' Natural Sequence Farming, Mulloon Creek Natural Farms is excited to invite you to see for yourself - A decade of proof!

Join Peter Andrews, Tony Coote, Gary Nairn, Martin Royds, Dr John Field, Dr Michael Wilson and the MI team as they walk and talk you through this transformational initiative. 

Find out how this major initiative could be applied to your catchmen

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