Following on from the last Soils Workshop back in June, we will be holding an Advanced Soils Workshop at Ilford Community Hall. This workshop is suitable for new and past attendees alike and will focus on the fundamentals of how soil and plants function including the chemical, physical and biological properties of fertile soil. Participants will learn how to properly read and interpret soil test reports and calculate amendments.

Come and join us at Pambula Town Hall for an evening discussion on regenerative agriculture with Costa Georgiadis (Gardening Australia), Sophie Longden (ABC South East), Bruce Davison (Soilsmith), Kay Saarinen (Saarinen Organics) and Yully Arnold (Creative Lines)

Bruce will be presenting at 10:30 am on Saturday 17th August at the Bega River BioBlitz, which is being held as part of National Science Week 2019.

Bruce will be presenting a Regenerative Soil Management workshop for Sage Education, with the generous support of South East Local Land Services at the CWA Hall in Moruya on the 14th June.

This one day workshop will be held on Sunday 23rd June and will focus on the fundamentals of how soil and plants function including the chemical, physical and biological properties of fertile soil. Participants will learn to properly read and interpret soil reports, and calculate amendments with follow-up support. A site visit is included in the day as a demonstration site will be set-up using the workshop principles.

Due to last year successful soils workshop Upper Shoalhaven Landcare are organising another course with Bruce Davison this May on Advance Soil Management.

If you missed the live interview you can find a link on the Regrarians website.

The Mechanism by which African Lovegrass Establishes on Agricultural Grazing Land and Lovegrass as a pasture.