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Bio intensive poly culture: Growing more while using less

Published 6th July, 2019 in Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks
  • Location

    On- Farm

    92 Monkittee Street
    Braidwood NSW 2622

  • Date

    20th October 2019

  • Time

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This is an on-farm workshop focusing on a cool climate adapted regenerative market gardening approach which allows growers to produce more vegetables using less space while conserving resources such as water, and building healthy soils. Species select intensive poly culture, as specifically developed by Bronwyn Richards of Wynlen House Urban Micro Farm, makes use of the many distinct characteristics of vegetable species and their adaptability to cool and cold climate zones, to grow a wide variety of species in the one plot.

Home or small commercial market gardeners who want to produce more with less, who want develop a unique range of vegetables for Market or their families and who want to achieve environmental sustainability by building soil health and conserving resources will be excited by the techniques delivered in the workshop. Everything learned is scaleable to small commercial market gardener and to the backyard grower.

Bronwyn Richards is a successful small commercial market gardener of 12 years experience with a focus on sustainability, soil health, water conservation and organic growing principles.
Helen M Lynch, BA, DipEdStud, MEdAdmin, PostGCOEd, CertIVTAE , is an educator having spent 15 years across the TAFE and University sectors designing educational experiences for adults

Event Location

On- Farm
92 Monkittee Street
Braidwood NSW 2622

Events on this site are provided by the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse. Event information is believed accurate but is subject to change by the event organiser.

Published 6th July, 2019 in Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks
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