During November, buyers of Mulloon Creek Natural Farms eggs will receive a special notice in their cartons remembering the sad passing of our Founder Tony Coote in August 2018 and the valuable legacy he leaves to Australia.
The Mulloon Institute welcomed key ministers to its campus near Bungendore in New South Wales last week in the lead up to the inaugural Drought Summit in Canberra.
According to the Institute, the future of agricultural productivity in Australia will rest on farms being resilient to drought and being able to survive increasingly extreme ranges of climate.
Yesterday when we welcomed various ministers to The Mulloon Institute’s living campus at Mulloon Creek Natural Farms, Gary Nairn our Chairman made a very moving welcome speech acknowledging our Founders Tony Coote AM and his wife Toni.
Join Stuart and Peter Andrews from Tarwyn Park Training and staff from The Mulloon Institute for a hands-on workshop on redesigning your farm for maximum productivity and enhanced landscape function, while also minimising costs.
Are you after a handy list of landscape rehydration publications and journals? Well you’re in luck, just CLICK HERE!
This excerpt is reproduced directly from our ‘Landscape Rehydration: Theory & Practice’ manual, which is available to all participants in our Natural Sequence Farming course run in conjunction with Tarwyn Park Training. The next course will be 11-14 March 2019.
The Mulloon Institute is working to restore the health and vitality of the entire Mulloon catchment through the Mulloon Community Landscape Rehydration Project, covering 23,000ha of land and 50kms of streams.
This spring we’ll need hands-on volunteers to help with on-ground works for one or more full days, between 15 October and 1 December 2018. Groups are encouraged to take part too.
Professor John Crawford from the prestigious Rothamsted Research in the UK flew out to Australia to visit us last week. Rothamsted Research is a world-leading, non-profit research centre that focuses on strategic agricultural science to the benefit of farmers and society worldwide.