Biological Farming Guru Back in town.
Inverell Community Gardens in partnership withGwymac Landcare recently hosted Biological Farming Guru Graeme Sait from Nutri-Tech Solutions who returned to Inverell to deliver his internationally renowned 4 day Nutrition Farming Course.
With thanks to the Australian Governments 25th Anniversary Landcare Grants program, more than 50 landholders were able to attend this course at a highly subsidised rate.
With participants travelling as far as Tasmania and South Australia to attend – the feedback from the course was incredible.
“The Nutrition Farming Course is one of the most outstanding courses of any academic discipline on applied science course I have studied, and I have studied undergraduate, have degrees and two Masters Degrees. The course is life changing for the way we look at life, the way we farm and the way we look after our health.” – un-named
‘This course has been fantastic! So informative with lots of relevant content. Graeme should be congratulated on his fantastic course content and passion to get this valuable information out to the world, keep up the good work. Congratulations also to the Gwymac team on acquiring funding to heavily subsidise such a valuable course. A job well done!” – Jodee Monckton (Inverell)
“Ive been wanting to attend this course since I found out about it a year ago. But the expense and travel distance made it difficult. Gwymac have provided a perfect opportunity, an excellent venue and outstanding catering. The course itself was jam-packed with information ideally pitched at my learner level, having only taken up farming a year ago. I especially wanted to learn about the soil nutrition and have been very happy with the focus and information provided on that area. It has also been helpful to have many references provided during the course for supporting further information.” – Miranda Liebmann
“I have loved every aspect of this course, and it was definitely worth the expense and time involved in travelling up from Tasmania. Both Graeme and Steve are so inspiring in their depth of knowledge, the width of their experience, and the passion and humility with which they approach their teaching. I also like the practical agronomy with detailed information on the cultural aspect that surround the vital work of farming well – climate change, soil degradation, declining health and the community etc. Thanks so much for organising the workshop and the great catering!” – Simon Allston (Tasmania).