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Tarwyn Park Training

PROFIT = Working With not against Nature

The Mulloon Institute is bringing Tarwyn Park Training to the Upper Shoalhaven this November!

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.

You will learn how to:

* Read the landscape

* Gain maximum benefit from your property’s natural resources (water, soil, plants, animals, sunlight and gravity)

* Locate, design and build landscape structures such as leaky weirs and mulch contours

* Lower your costs and increase your profits

* Redesign your own property and

* build confidence to begin making landscape function improvements on your farm.

When: November 13th – 17th 2016

Where: ‘Duralla’ Mulloon Creek.

Accommodation and meals: Tombarra – Mongarlowe.

Total cost: $2,000+GST. Includes accommodation, meals, transport to field site, and course materials.

Eligible enterprises can receive a subsidy of up to 75% through The Federal Government’s Industry Skills Fund (ISF) on the total cost of the workshop. For more info about the ISF go to

This is a rare opportunity to gain practical experience in triple-bottom-line landscape reconstruction. Improve your environment, your income and your well-being.

For further information and bookings, contact: Peter Hazell at The Mulloon Institute. (M) 0427 075 397 (E)

Book early. Numbers are strictly limited.