Upcoming Field Day at Tarwyn Park

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Upcoming Field Day at Tarwyn Park

Postby duane » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:45 am

On Monday 14th April 2014 Tarwyn Park will be hosting what may well be the last Field Day ever.

If you have wanted to visit and see for yourself the outstanding opportunites for regenerative ag as shown and displayed by Peter Andrews OAM at Tarwyn Park then THIS IS TO BE A NOT TO BE MISSED EVENT.

STARTING AT 9.30 -3.00PM.

COST $20 HEAD.

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL.

CONTACT Duane Norris at duane@nsfarming.com

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Re: Upcoming Field Day at Tarwyn Park

Postby duane » Fri Mar 14, 2014 8:37 am

Natural Sequence Farming in conjunction with Tarwyn Park Training

Invites you to a Field Day at ‘Tarwyn Park’ ~ The Home of Natural Sequence Farming

WHEN: Monday 14th April 2014 from 9.30 – 3 pm

WHERE: “Tarwyn Park” Upper Bylong Road, BYLONG NSW 2849

COST: $20 per person, collected at the farm gate.

Peter Andrews will be talking about the natural efficiences in the Australian landscape which all farmers can adopt.

Light lunch and refreshments provided in the cost of entry.

CONTACT: Duane Norris for further details and information duane@nsfarming.com

RSVP by 7th April 2014 by contacting Stuart Andrews 0427 112 448 or
Duane Norris 0425 777 454


Peter Andrews’ former property ‘Tarwyn Park’ has been the laboratory of investigation into the unique water and fertility efficiencies found to exist in the Australian landscape. After taking over the severely degraded and eroded salinised farmland, Peter and Stuart Andrews have turned it into one of the world’s leading sustainable model. ‘Tarwyn Park’ is an aggrading system using only water and a bio-diverse collection of plants. Come and see how water can work for you even during dry times.


Come and witness the innovative solutions on display at Tarwyn Park to increase productivity and how to overcome many of today’s farming issues including:
· Declining fertility (low soil Carbon)
· Dryland salinity
· Stream, gully and wind erosion
· Watershed dislocation
· Lack of biodiversity
· Lack of farm water availability especially in times of drought

Please note that ‘Tarwyn Park’ has been sold so take advantage of this field day.


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