This workshop has now been postponed until further notice, in order to minimise the spread of the COVID-19 virus, protect our staff and customers, and keep Gympie Landcare as operational as possible.
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Come along and learn how to establish, maintain and care for your very own mushroom farm.
This session will look at various aspects of establishing a mushroom farming, including:
- What mushrooms are you growing?
- Which are the most profitable?
- What does a mushroom farm look like?
- How much is it going to cost me?
- What kind of set up will I need?
- How many mushrooms can I really grow?
- Can I sell my mushrooms?
We will then have a more in depth look at the “how to” process, including:
- How to set up and grow your mushroom farm
- Mushroom Farm maintenance
- The “Lab”
- The Prep Areas
- The grow room
- On-selling or getting your mushrooms to market
- A very basic social media marketing introduction
- Business model
- Practical Demonstration of starting your Mushroom Farm
About Your presenter: Dominique Bode – North Node Education
My name is Dominique and I was born in Townsville and bred in far north Queensland on a sheep and cattle property. This is the foundation of who I am and unquestionably where all my greatest of memories can be found.
I have been a teacher for 18 years with breaks for motherhood, community projects, volunteering, adult learning and further study of many forms, including a Masters Degree.
I have worked in all educational sectors, alongside getting my hands dirty in work environments outside of education. This includes my love of gardens, Bonsai and staying connected to my outback heritage, with a family legacy of primary producers, water boring and windmills.
I am a believer that the only skill we should be trying to master is that of ‘life-long learning’. I am also a lover of human connection, unpacking relationships in professional and personal arenas, and I have a big passion of guiding and mentoring in all ages shapes and abilities.
North Node Education is born from the belief that through supporting our passions and abilities, we will be guided to our authentic purpose.
Saturday 18th April 2020, 9.00am – 1.00pm
Where: Gympie & District Landcare Group Conference Room – 5 Groves Rd, Araluen QLD 4570