Sunday, 29 May 2022 10am - 2pm
Come along with your family and friends to enjoy outdoor activities such as kids painting, nature walks and trails, learning about the history of the Barossa region's First Nations people and the chance to pick up plants by redeeming your plant voucher - make sure you have yours by calling The Barossa Council on 8563 8444.
Bringing principles of farming and knowledge about ecosystems together to create a sustainable, productive and profitable future.
Sarah Barrett has built a wealth of experience in working at the interface between productive and profitable farming systems, and sustainable ecosystems. These cannot be divorced from each other or indeed the communities in which they exist. Sarah works with organisations, farmers, rural communities and individuals to make positive moves towards their sustainability goals.
Friday, 17 June 2022
Andrew Fairney from Seeding Natives Inc. will join us for an interesting session on the ecological grassland restoration, from site preparation to sowing and follow-up care.
Their mission is to reverse grave species loss through innovative native grassland restoration for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity on which all life depends.