Peter will be a keynote speaker at this May 17th Chatswood
A series of seminars for all enterprises affiliated with Landscape,
Horticulture and Architecture designed to..
* raise awareness of global warming and its impact on our work
and work practices
*develop practical, sustainable strategies to meet the challenge
Venue: Bailey Hall, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
Date: Thursday 17th May, 2007
Time: 1:30pm – 6:00pm (registration from 12:45pm)
Speakers for the first event are;
Lis Bastian - presenting Al Gore's 'Inconvenient
Truth' in her own way.
Peter Andrews of 'Natural Sequence Farming'
talking about his methods of naturally enriching the land with
water and nutrients by working with nature rather than against.
This leads to greater fertility, better growth and sequestering
Michael Kiely of the Carbon Coalition another
farmer, a very humorous speaker whose talk is based on the soil,
'a place of 24 hour, 7days a week partying, a veritable orgy
of sex, drugs and rock, all leading to a massive volume of carbon
Cost including afternoon tea (incl.GST)
$50.00 All associations
$25.00 Students (TAFE and University- proof of enrolment required
- limited numbers)
Free Entry HSC Students attending with school group (limited
Closing Date for Registration: 5pm Friday, 10th May
(Numbers are limited)
Form (PDF 50KB)
Link to AILDM website