Field Day at
Danthonia near Inverall, NSW
March 1st 2008
Join us at Danthonia with Peter Andrews
to discover an alternative
approach to Sustainable Land Management - Natural Sequence
Why Natural Sequence Farming?
Peter Andrews, author, grazier and horse stud breeder from Bylong
in the Upper Hunter, will outline and demonstrate his concept of
Natural Sequence Farming, derived from years of hands-on trial
and error. This holistic land management process specifi cally addresses
land degradation and biodiversity losses in riparian systems
and their disconnected fl ood plains and valley slopes. His recent
bestseller Back from the Brink is available at all ABC bookshops.
Peter’s ideas for the future of farming and land use in Australia
an alternative approach to our conventional methods of management.
This day will undoubtedly initiate an
among farmers and land managers as we grapple with climate
change and the host of challenges that confront us.
When:Saturday 1st of March 2008
Admission:$20.00 per person
Program of Events:
?? 8:30-9:30 Meet & Greet (tea & coff ee)
?? 9:30-11:00 Power Point presentation followed by Q&A
?? 11:00-12:30 Site visit: hands-on explanation by Peter
?? 12:30-1:30 BBQ lunch (provided)
?? 1:30-3:00 Site visit, discussion
?? 3:00-3:30 Conclusion with Q&A
Contact: Johannes Meier
Glen Innes Road
Inverell NSW 2360
All are welcome; ring (02) 6723 2213 if you plan to attend.
See information here