Pasture Cropping Workshop | Emerald
Join us to learn about pasture cropping (aka multi-species pastures) with expert Colin Seis. The workshops include a paddock walk at a local property looking at multi-species pastures. This is a great opportunity to learn how to get regenerative practices working on your central Queensland property.
- multi-species grazing and cropping
- pasture cropping
- grasslands and pasture
- soil health
- nutrient cycling
- soil ecosystems
… and more!
Colin is a regenerative farmer best known for pioneering the pasture cropping technique (where a winter cash crop is sown into an existing summer-active pasture).
During these events, Colin will discuss regenerative techniques (such as pasture cropping and multi-species pastures) and the flow on benefits for soil and business.
When – Thursday 29 September | 8:30am – 4pm
Where – Borilla Creek Station – 2595 Glendon Road, Emerald
Morning tea and lunch provided. Please bring a hat, notepad and water bottle and wear paddock appropriate clothing and footwear.
RSVP by 23 September to Lochlan
0428 020 877
This project is funded by the Australian Government’s Reef Trust with support from Fitzroy Basin Association.