Regenerative Agriculture 2020

Summary information

Unfortunately, due to the covid-19 pandemic, we are deeply sorry to announce that we have had to postpone this course.

Agriculture is changing. A new brand of modern agriculture using Agroecology as it's guiding principle is gaining traction both on the ground and in academic circles.

Jairo Restrepo has been a lead teacher in the field of biofertilisers, bokashi micro organisms and chromatography for many years.

This 3-day Regenerative Agriculture course, led by Jairo Restrepo, will be specificllay structured to provide farmers and growers with the practical tools to create fertile systems using home made biofertilisers and minimal-cost pest and disease control methods

This course combines the theoretical and practical basis for Jairo Restrepo’s Regenerative Agriculture. The main focus of Regenerative Agriculture is the health of the land and the quality of the food produced on the land. Jairo’s teaching style makes clear the how and why of regenerating biological fertility and mineral agricultural soils; and how this enables the viable production of healthy food that is affordable to consumers and profitable for farmers. His methods allow farmers to disengage from a dependence on external inputs.

The practical work covers production and application of organic fertilizers, bio-fertilisers, minerals, and micro-organisms (the ‘wines’ and ‘flours’ of Regenerative Agriculture) with a focus on producing these from locally available resources.

Who should attend:
Farmers and independent small-scale growers, food producers, food retailers, technicians, students. Anyone interested in sustainable rural development and environmental protection. Students, experienced growers and technicians looking to update and acquire ‘new’ knowledge and methodologies for promoting sustainable development in rural areas.

Please note: this course will be delivered in Spanish with a translator

Booking and further information
Telephone number: 
01594 860244
Contact Details: 
Lower Lydbrook, Gloucestershire, GL17 9PA
£300 (£270 early bird until 17th January 2020)
Contact name: 
Freya Davies
Dates and times
More dates and times information: 
9.00 - 5.30pm daily
26 June 2020 to 28 June 2020
28 June 2020
Venue information

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