NSF Field Days in Qld Desert Uplands and Channel country

Hello,

As you would understand Peter is extremely busy running around the country and still keeping watch over his projects however at times his schedule allows some time to address groups who are interested in meeting and hearing him talk about Natural Sequence Farming.

If you would like that, please let us know here and we will see what can be arranged.

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NSF Field Days in Qld Desert Uplands and Channel country

Postby duane » Sun May 25, 2008 1:27 am

Peter flies to Longreach this week for 4 field days:

Tuesday 27th May, Peter will be driven to the property where the field day will be held (“The Lake” Aramac), and will stay the night with the landholders Bernie and Marg Dickson.

Wednesday 28th May, Field day. After the Field day a Desert Channel Qld (DCQ) Rep will drive Peter to Longreach. DCQ

Peter Andrews Natural Sequencing Field Day
Date: 28th May, 2008
Start Time: 8:30 am
Finish Time: 4:30 pm
Event Details
Event Description: All day field day presented by Peter Andrews on the technique of Natural Sequencing Farming
Location: Lake Dunn Recreation Club
Registrations Are Available
Free day including morning smok and lunch
Registrations will close 28th May, 2008



Thursday 29th May, Peter will be driven to the property where the field day will be held (“Leander” Longreach), DCQ.

Friday 30th May, Field day. Stay in Longreach


Contact the Desert Uplands or Desert Channel, Qld or Google DCQ or click on www.desertuplands.org.au

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Postby duane » Sat May 31, 2008 9:43 pm

Some feedback from Peter's visit to the Desert Uplands in Qld.

Duane,

Yesterday went really well; we had about 60 people attend which is an excellent number for out here. I have looked at the feedback sheets from yesterday and the only negative things were that the Committee didn’t keep an eye on the time, so smoko and and lunch were late (our fault), and that people would have liked to have some handouts as it was a lot of information to take in. We did record the day so this along with Peter’s PowerPoint will be available to anyone interested hopefully when the newsletter goes out.

Overall a great day, very informative and the practical demonstration was very well received.

Hannah Whiteaker
Communication Officer
Desert Uplands
Barcaldine Qld


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