Are you happy with the state of your paddocks?
Are you unsure about how to make positive change in a cost effective manner?
Then come along to our farm in Glastonbury for this informative field workshop!
We will discuss how and why we are using our livestock to make progressive improvements to our soil’s ability – to hold more water, grow more grass and ultimately grow more livestock… in our case cows!
This is the perfect workshop for you if you have been wondering where and how to start your farming venture.
This half-day workshop will consist of a detailed learning discussion, followed by practical demonstration.
Good hats, sturdy boots/shoes & small water bottle are strongly advised as you will be required to walk around the property.
Cold drinking water will also be available at the property.
“Like so many families we want to know what we eat. For years we’d enjoyed our own delicious beef knowing exactly how it was treated, what it ate, where it had lived…we thought for sure other families wanted that peace of mind so we started selling directly to the public. So we started CGL Beef. That was back in 2010 and we’re still here!”
We all know the global environment has seen better days. The CGL Beef team know that raising livestock with the correct management can actually help improve the current state of play.
Warren and Karen understand the importance of soil health and study the works of Alan Savory, Joel Salatin and Dr Christine Jones. They know that what is good for the soil is good for growing livestock and ultimately growing healthy people.
For more information about CGL Beef, please click here.
Saturday 6th March 2021, 9.00am – 1.00pm.
Light morning tea will be provided.
Glastonbury Creek – full address will be provided upon booking.
$80 – Members*
$100 – Non Members
How to Register:
Please Click Here to Register or phone our office on (07) 5483 8866.
*Please be advised that you must be a current member to receive the member price discount. You may only make multiple bookings at the reduced member price where you hold a Family Membership to Gympie & District Landcare Group Inc. and the attendees that you are booking for are members of your direct family. For more information about becoming a member, please click here.