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Lincoln Uni Open Workshop Day “From Plot to Plate”

BHU and Lincoln University Open Workshop Day “From Plot to Plate”

Sunday 12th of March 2006, 11.00 - 15.30 at Lincoln University and the BHU

The Biological Husbandry Unit (BHU) displays organic demonstration and extension orchards and gardens. It is located at and supported by Lincoln University. Founded in 1976 the BHU features a diverse range of established model organic agricultural and horticultural systems that are used for research, demonstration and education.

To celebrate 30 years of the BHU an Open Workshop Day will be held at the BHU and Lincoln University on Sunday the 12th of March 2006 (the locations will be signposted at Lincoln University).

The new self guided tour/walk around the BHU supported by poster-boards will be opened.

A range of workshops will be hosted on the day exploring the theme “From Plot to Plate”

There will be presentations and workshops on:

· Beneficial and interesting insects

· Healthy vegetables

· Healthy food and cooking

· The happy insect garden

· Organic weed control

· Looking after your organic soil

· Composting

· Using Effective Microorganisms and Bokashi

The fee for the workshop day is $ 10.00 per person (under 16 years of age free) From 1.00 - 2.00 pm an organic lunch (organic sausages, bread, salads, juice, tea/coffee) is available at a cost of $ 10.00 per person.

Registration for the workshop day and bookings for the lunch are essential.
The registration and booking form is either on the back of this sheet or is available from:

The BHU
PO Box 113
Lincoln 8150

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