Braidwood Central School students from Years 9 and 10 braved windy conditions recently for a creek walk at Mulloon Creek Natural Farms to learn about our work regenerating the Australian landscape.
Students were introduced to the highly successful Natural Sequence Farming Pilot Project which is based on Peter Andrews’ work in landscape rehydration.
Various biomes on the farm were also discussed and pointed out to students, along with a selection of scientific measuring devices being used to record data along the creek and in nearby floodplains.
Our farm tours provide educational field excursions that can be tailored for students of geography, social studies and science.
For more information about school tours, please contact Donna Spillman – Venue & Events, via firstname.lastname@example.org