Archive for the ‘The Carbon Farm’ Category

Pulse is back at the Living Classroom!
Pulse is back at The Living Classroom, Bingara. This three day festival is jam packed with amazing music, fantastic speakers, lots of activities for all interests and all ages. Friday evening will be very special. Welcome to Country, Live music then the unique Children’s Fire and Phoenix Rising, a creation...
Recovery, Regeneration and Resilience
Northern Slopes Landcare Association is excited to support The Carbon Farm, Bingara in the delivery of their Recovery, Regeneration and Resilience project. The Carbon Farm is associated with The Living Classroom, an ‘environmental wonderland’ at the edge of town, devoted to all things regenerative. The facilities provide a site...
2021 Pulse of the Earth – A Festival of Regeneration
PULSE IS BACK – A FESTIVAL OF FUN, FOOD, LIVE MUSIC, MARKETS, KIDS CREATIVE SPACE PLUS LOTS OF CHALLENGING SPEAKERS. FRIDAY NIGHT IS A REGENERATIVE FILM FESTIVAL, THEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT THE LIVING CLASSROOM. REMEMBER 2019 – A WONDERFUL FESTIVAL DESPITE THE WEATHER – NO DUST THIS YEAR. HIGHLIGHTS...
$10,000 GIVES LIFE TO BINGARA’S PULSE OF THE EARTH FESTIVAL
A NEW festival at Bingara encouraging people to adopt more sustainable living practices has received support from the State Government, with Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall today announcing a $10,000 grant for 2021 Pulse of the Earth – A Festival of Regeneration. Mr Marshall said the inaugural Pulse of the...
Drought takes its toll on Bingara’s Living Classroom
A few years ago at this time we uploaded the beautiful birds eye fly-over view of The Living Classroom & The Carbon Farm. The photo below shows what the country looks like now after devastating years of drought. To truly understand the enormity of the drought compare to this time 2...
Display for the Fader Emporium
Vision 2020, in conjunction with The Carbon Farm & The Living Classroom has taken a three month lease on part of The Fader Building, including the two northerly windows. The purpose is to create wonderful display space for the many great things which are going on in our community, and...
Carbon Science: Science Culture workshops excite learning
‘An artist, a farmer and a scientist walk into a bar …’ is a quirky title for an amazing process of learning and discovery. The idea, that these three people can engage in conversation around common subjects led to the Carbon Science: Carbon Culture Workshops at The Living Classroom...
Science Teachers come to learn at The Living Classroom (TLC)
Last week a compliment of twelve teachers visited The Living Classroom (TLC). They were from schools across the region, and from as far as Mungindi, Gunnedah and Glen Innes. They were there to consider the new Secondary Science Curricula. The focus of the new curricula is ‘discovery’, finding out about...
From The Soil Carbon Workshop – ‘C-ing is believing!’
May 18 and 19 saw nearly 70 guests attend the ‘Soil Carbon – the diamond in the rough!’ Workshop held at The Living Classroom (TLC) in Bingara. The Workshop, funded through the Murray-Darling Basin Regional Economic Diversity Program, intended to showcase how soil carbon rebuilds soils, invigorates ecology and...
Soil carbon: The diamond in the rough!
Bringing our soils ‘back to life’ and improving their health and productivity is a challenge for our farmers. One solution lies in soil carbon. Increased soil carbon makes soil more productive, and farms more valuable. More carbon enhances mineral capture and storage, better retention of water and healthier plants and animals. The...