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Agricultural education - landsmanship and regenerative grazing workshop

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Paul Newell, an Australia expert in landsmanship and regenerative grazing, will be in the CQ area for two days, for a workshop on integrating production enterprises with the environment.

This agricultural education workshop is a joint project with Resource Consulting Services and RCS Consultant, David Mclean will co-facilitate the workshop.

Newell has been heavily involved in Landsmanship and regenerative grazing for decades and has developed a growing understanding of this subject.

“Landsmanship and regenerative farming is nature at work at your place; evolving as the natural ecology we all experience every day. ‘Naturally increasing’ food and water for all species of plants and animals that are present, locally, without the artificial support of using ‘man made’ concepts but only using nature’s concepts, in our ‘stewardship of land and water.’ That is why we are here!,” he explains.

The workshop combination being delivered for the Natural Sequence Association – Central Queensland Chapter by Internationally recognised company RCS and Paul Newell insures the highly anticipated workshop will deliver on local issues.

These agricultural education workshops will include:

  • The RCS Ecological Management Model
  • The principles of sustainable grazing
  • How the practice of Landsmanship integrates with the holistic grazing principle
  • Natural hydrology
  • Landscape evolution ecology
  • Regenerative grazing principles
Course Information - Landsmanship and Regenerative Grazing Workshops:
  • Monday, 27th June 2011 - “Roselea”, 1005 Harrarmi Rd, Monto.
  • Wednesday, 29th June 2011 - “Inga Downs”, Dingo.

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