Regenerating Farming Soils with Walter Jehne Sunday 17 June

Walter Jehne is an internationally recognized soil microbiologist and innovation strategist. He has immense field and research experience in forests, grasslands, agriculture and soils at national (CSIRO) and international (UN) level. Walter’s scientific work has focused on soil biology, plant root ecology, mycorrhizal fungi, glomalin, soil-carbon formation, as well as...

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Sauerkraut Making Workshop – Saturday 5 May

NILLA’S ITALIAN KITCHEN presents a low food miles Sauerkraut Making Workshop. If you have ever wanted to make sauerkraut, and want to know the fermentation process is correct, then this workshop is for you!! Sauerkraut,  a fermented food, and is extremely beneficial for gut health. All ingredients and jars will...

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Tomorrow – film screening Friday 25th May – Torbay Hall

As a follow up to a recent meeting where Social Farming was discussed, the film Tomorrow will be screened at the Torbay Hall by the Holistic HealthCare Network on Friday 25 May commencing at 6:30pm . This will be followed by a discussions on Social Farming, the film and our...

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A busy year – lots of events

We have a busy year with many varied events ahead.  We hope you will join us for one or two of them. Keep an eye out on our events page for dates and booking details.  Below are a list of just some of the things that will be on offer....

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Biodynamic Field Day – Denmark

PRESS RELEASE – BIODYNAMIC FIELD DAY – GOLDEN HILL STEINER SCHOOL, DENMARK– SATURDAY, 16 SEPTEMBER, 2017 Always wanted to know more about biodynamics and not known where to get started? Would you like to grow food that is not only organic but is nutritionally rich in vitamins and minerals? Come...

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Biofertilisers could help to cool the planet?

According to this article, recently published in the Guardian, biologically active soil may the best way to sequester carbon and cool the planet.  If so, TCG’s biofertiliser trials are right on the money. According to the article, soils are the second largest carbon store on the planet however up to 40%...

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Possums and catchment planning – well attended

TCG recently held two well attended events, one at Little Grove and the other at Torbay.  Both events covered the same two topics – the critically endangered western ringtail possum and the latter segment was aimed at finding out what people value or love about the area.  The information gathered...

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Local growers start dumping potatoes

Local farmers have started dumping potatoes due to the psyllid outbreak in WA despite no psyllids having been detected in the Albany area. Seed potato growers are still hoping that they main regain access to interstate markets but time is running out. Last week 3000 tonnes were already stockpiled with a further...

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