Future Food: A Market Garden Workshop

*This event is sold out. Please contact [email protected] to be put on the waiting list.*

An inspiring workshop featuring Steve Solomon, Christina Giuici, Louise Sales and Bec Kelley, focussing on the topics of local food security, the importance of community and market gardens, soil health and nutrient-dense food, and a biochar-making workshop. 

Limited spaces, so please RSVP. 

All catering will be vegetarian. Please email me (contact details below) if you have another dietary requirement and we will make sure you are catered for (e.g. vegan, GF, allergies). 


Rough plan for the day: 

10:15 Arrive, sign in

10:30 Welcome/introduction - Evie Drinnan, Landcare Tasmania

10:40 Bream Creek Community Market Garden Walk and Talk - Bec Kelley 

10:50 Presentation by Steve Solomon

12:10 Presentation by Louise Sales, Material Institute

12:30 Lunch, catered by Orlando Plenty using Bream Creek Community Market Garden produce

1:15 Biochar workshop with Christina Giuici, FIMBY and The New Black Biochar

2:30/2:45 Finish (people can stay or leave as they like)



This event is part of Landcare Tasmania's 2022 Outreach Program.  Supported by the State Government's Landcare Action grants, The New Black Biochar, 24 Carrot Gardens, Bream Creek Community Market Garden with catering by Orlando Plenty.


October 22, 2022 at 10:15am - 2:30pm
Copping Hall
69 Allanby St
Copping, TAS 7174
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Evie Drinnan · · 0362347117
David Thompson Leanne Farrant Ryan Pugh Mitchell Alomes Mike Carter Spring Farm Koonya

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